Qatar’s General Tax Authority (GTA) has issued a reminder for all taxpayers to register on the new tax portal ‘Dhareeba’ by September 30, 2020, to comply with the new regulations.
The authority stated that taxpayers who meet the registration deadline will be exempted from the existing penalties related to previous registration and issuance of tax cards.
Launched in July 2020, Dhareeba, the electronic tax portal aims to provide best practices in taxations by assisting all tax transactions in a smooth and efficient way for many entities, by linking GTA with taxpayers and its partners and the relevant government agencies.
The new tax portal provides the General Tax Authority with digital channels to serve all its partners; the Government, tax agents, and the taxpayers
Dhareeba tax portal manages, calculates and reviews the various types of taxes, and helps taxpayers know the procedures of their transactions electronically in a way that contributes to achieving better economic results for Qatar.
The electronic system ensures an efficient taxation procedure that saves time and efforts for both corporate taxpayers and the GTA, the most important of which are issuing the tax card and appointing the taxpayer’s representative.
Taxpayers can register through the Dhareeba tax portal website.