Understanding Corporate Tax in the UAE

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UAE Corporate Tax

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), corporate tax regulations present a business-friendly landscape, characterized by the absence of federal corporate income tax and minimal indirect taxes. This advantageous tax framework positions the UAE as an attractive destination for companies seeking to establish operations in the region, fostering economic growth and encouraging foreign investment. 

Additionally, the absence of value-added tax (VAT) on most business activities further enhances the appeal of conducting business in the UAE, creating opportunities for businesses to thrive in a tax-efficient environment while contributing to the country’s dynamic and vibrant economy.
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The corporate tax rate in the UAE stands at 15%.

Entities earning annual income exceeding AED 375,000 will be subject to corporate tax in the UAE.
Free zone businesses operating within designated zones will enjoy exemption from corporate tax until at least 2069.

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