The General Tax Authority (GTA) has launched the first phase of the new online tax paying system called, “Dhareeba”.
All companies are required to register on the new portal starting July 1 and complete the registration process in a period of 90 days.
Taxpayers who register on the portal before September 30 will be exempted from the existing penalties related to previous registration and issuance of tax card.
“Dhareeba is built on SAP international business management platform, which is latest in intelligent technologies that accelerates transformation of data into business value and it will serve as a vital link between GTA and its partners, government bodies and taxpayers.
“This system promises to simplify the process of filling tax returns for the companies in a fast, accurate and transparent way,” the GTA said yesterday.
The launch of Dhareeba is in line with the Qatar Digital Government’s 2020 strategy, which helps to facilitate all tax procedures while meeting Qatar’s future requirements to establish a link between all tax-related entities in accordance with the latest international standards, systems and expertise in this respect.
The new tax portal provides the GTA with digital channels to serve all its partners such as the Government, tax agents, and the taxpayers.
It has been designed to manage, calculate and review various types of taxes to help taxpayers identify the procedures related to their transactions and receive notifications on the progress of their operations.
All tax paying companies are required to register on Dhareeba website from July 1 as the registration on the old system will soon be discontinued.
More details can be had from [email protected] or dial 16565. The website address is www.Dhareeba.gov.qa
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