As per the UAE VAT law, businesses that provide taxable supplies are obligated to VAT registration if their annual turnover in the last 12 months exceeds AED 375,000 or is expected to surpass this threshold within the next 30 days. It is essential to assess your turnover accurately and monitor any changes that may trigger the mandatory registration requirement.
For businesses with an annual turnover between AED 187,500 and AED 375,000, VAT registration is voluntary. Although it is not mandatory in this case, registering for VAT may provide several benefits and opportunities, such as eligibility for input tax recovery and improving business credibility among customers and partners. A business must register for VAT if the taxable supplies and imports exceed the mandatory registration threshold of AED 375,000.
Companies will charge VAT on invoices to the customers after getting the Tax registration Number (TRN) and need to make necessary changes in the invoices as per the rules and regulations by Authority.
Our VAT experts help you to take the necessary steps to comply with the VAT registration requirements promptly. By doing so, you will ensure the seamless continuation of your business activities and avoid potential disruptions.