The General Tax Authority (GTA) signed today a memorandum of cooperation with the Ministry of interior, represented by the Economic and Cyber Crimes Department, on combating money laundering and terrorism financing.
The General Tax Authority (GTA) affirmed the need for home-based projects and small and medium-sized companies owned by Qatari citizens and GCC citizens residing in Qatar to file a simplified "tax return" themselves through Dhareeba e-portal.
The General Tax Authority has announced the launch of new services on their Dhareeba Portal, offering taxpayers an easier and faster way of using these services
Commercial Bank launched in cooperation with General Tax Authority a direct payment service from the taxpayer’s account to the authority’s account to facilitate the procedures for paying tax obligations for the bank’s customers.
HE the President of the General Tax Authority (GTA), Ahmed bin Issa al-Mohannadi, confirmed that the authority does not intend to impose a tax on income, and that the value-added tax, which has been widely circulated recently, is still under legislation.
The President of the General Tax Authority issued Circular No. 1/2021 extending the period for submitting tax returns for the tax year 2020 for an additional two months.
Qatar University (QU) on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with General Tax Authority (GTA) for joint cooperation in similar areas of interest.
The General Tax Authority has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Commercial Bank and QIIB to facilitate the online payment methods between GTA and the banks for the convenience of taxpayers to assist them in paying taxes online using bank cards or direct transfer.
The General Tax Authority (GTA) has announced a further extension for registering on the ‘Dhareeba’ Tax Portal, which ends on December 31, in an effort to support businesses.
Qatar and the UK will share knowledge and experiences on tax procedures and mechanisms as the General Tax Authority received official delegates from the British Tax and Customs Authority
Businesses that have excise goods in their stocks will need to file transitional excise tax returns by January 31, the General Tax Authority said on Saturday.