Qatar: Review tax liabilities on tax administration portal (Dhareeba) before 14 January 2021

Qatar: Review tax liabilities on Dhareeba

The tax authority has started sending emails and communications to taxpayers, asking them to review and update their account statements on the “Dhareeba” portal before 14 January 2021.


Taxpayers need to provide proof of payment for each tax liability appearing as overdue on “Dhareeba” system if in fact the tax liability has already been settled by the taxpayer. Taxpayers are also required to determine that any outstanding, unresolved penalties or additional taxes are either settled or that other necessary actions are taken (such as objections or appeals).

A failure to provide the required evidence of payment by the 14 January 2021 deadline may result in a determination that the amounts listed as balances due are thus subject to payment.

Read a January 2021 report [PDF 183 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Qatar

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