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Qatar: Mandatory “contract reporting” in new tax administration portal (Dhareeba)

Qatar: Mandatory “contract reporting”

Qatar’s tax authority has activated the “contract reporting” notification provisions of the new tax administration portal (Dhareeba), and it is now mandatory to submit and report contracts concluded by taxpayers through Dhareeba.

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Under this mechanism, taxpayers are required to notify the tax authority regarding both purchase contracts (entered into with suppliers and vendors) and sale contracts (with customers) if certain threshold requirements are met.  Penalties will apply for contracts reported 30 days after the contract is signed.


Read a November 2020 report [PDF 122 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Qatar

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