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Oman: Measures concerning withholding tax, procedural rules clarified

Oman: Measures concerning withholding tax

Ministerial Decision No. 14/2019 (published in the official gazette on 10 February 2019) includes provisions that supplement and clarify the application of certain provisions under Oman’s tax law.

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Previously, new tax measures were included in Royal Decree No. 9/2017 (February 2017). The new ministerial decision was issued to clarify certain tax measures, such as: 

  • Clarification of the scope, applicability, and exemption from withholding tax related to interest, dividends, and payments for the provision of services
  • Initiation of rules for “tax cards”
  • Introduction of new tax reporting requirements for governmental and other public bodies
  • Requirements related to tax inspections and tax-related “search and seizures”
  • Amendments to the rules governing the deductibility of bad debts, in-kind donations, and an increased limit for managerial remuneration allowed to partners
  • Clarification of the tax exemption for those engaged in certain industrial activity
  • Explanation of the rules for electronic filing of tax returns, and electronic document services provided by the tax authorities
  • Rules (and relaxation of conditions) for “small taxpayers”
     

Read a February 2019 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Oman

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