FATOORAH mandatory B2B e-invoicing ninth wave to join Phase 2 from 1 June 2024 Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) confirms eight wave of taxpayers to join the Phase 2 (Integration Phase) of mandatory e-invoicing. These are taxpayers with an annual income between SAR 30
FATOORAH mandatory e-invoicing 1 January 2023 for large taxpayers; follows Dec 2022 voluntary phase ZATCA confirms 1 July 2023 next wave for mandatory e-invoicing Saudi Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) on 23 December confirmed the criteria for the mid-sized wave of mandatory e-invoicing, FATOORAH. This will
Electronic invoices test sandbox for testing prior to Jan 2023 full integration Businesses may now test the FATOORAH e-invoice system in a sandbox environment ahead of full mandatory obligation to issue e-invoices from 1 January 2023. This follows the December 2021 introduction of the obligation
Saudi GAZT and ZTCA to combine The Gulf state of Saudi Arabia has merged its General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) with its General Authority of Customs. The new combined tax and customs agency will be known as Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZTCA).
Electronic invoices ‘Introduction’ now live 4 Dec 2021; full ‘Integration’ from 1 Jan 2023 The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has now launched B2B and B2C electronic invoices in this first Introduction phase. They may be printed or in other human-readable format for the businesses
Electronic invoices in two phases: Introduction (Dec 2021); and Integration (Jan 2023) Saudi Arabia is implementing the requirement for B2B electronic invoices for VAT transactions by resident businesses from 4 December 2021. Taxpayers will not have to submit full e-invoices (FATOORAH) to the ZATCA tax
The Saudi Arabian crown prince has stated that the 1 July 2020 VAT rise from 5% to 15% may be reversed in the future. Saudi VAT trebling to 15% July 2020 The trebling of VAT was brought in to shore-up government revenues at the height
Saudi Arabia has increased its standard VAT rate from 5% to 15% from 1 July 2020. The aim is to sure up government revenues as the COVID-19 crisis has led to a fall in global oil prices and oil duties for the Arab Gulf state.
The Gulf state of Saudi Arabia implemented VAT on electronic or digital services provided by resident or non-resident providers on 1 January 2018. This was the date it introduced its 5% VAT regime as part of the six-state Gulf Cooperation Council agreement to create a