TAX (VAT) Agent services in UAE
HLB HAMT is a registered tax agent in UAE, which acts as a mediator between the FTA and taxable persons. HLB HAMT shall provide tax agency services and represent your company for tax-related concerns in front of the FTA. At HLB HAMT, the tax agent services ensure that the duties of a tax agent are fulfilled, and all the responsibilities are understood and delivered.
HLB HAMT provides tax agent services in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman, Fujairah & Umm Al Quwain to registered taxpayers.
Who is a Tax Agent?
A tax agent is registered with the FTA and is appointed by the tax registrants, to represent them before the FTA and assist them in the assessment of their tax obligations and the exercise of their associated tax rights. The tax agent can be a legal representative for the company before the FTA in any tax-related matters. The registered tax agents can ensure that businesses are complying with their tax obligations.
While the concept of a tax agent is to help businesses to be compliant in respect of their tax obligations, it is not mandatory for a taxable person to appoint a tax agent. The appointment of a tax agent does not relieve the taxable person of their obligations; the taxable person bears the ultimate legal responsibility for the dealings with the FTA by the tax agent on their behalf.
Duties of Tax Agent
Where a person appoints a tax agent to act in his name and on his behalf, the tax agent shall:
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