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Who is required to register for Corporate Tax in UAE?

The FTA requires all taxable persons (both legal and natural) to register for Corporate Tax and obtain a Tax Registration Number.


When is the registration deadline?

As per the information available on the FTA website, a taxable person would get time up to the date of filing of first tax to register; unless the taxable person receives a notification from FTA to register for Corporate Tax.

Applicable Corporate Tax rate

Businesses in the UAE must pay corporate tax at the following rates on their taxable income:

1.     Taxable income up to AED 375,000 is tax-free

2.     Over AED 375,000 in taxable income, corporate taxes are 9%

3.     In accordance with OECD Base Erosion and Profit-Sharing laws, multinational corporations with combined worldwide revenues in excess of AED 3.15 billion are taxed at a 15% rate.


Registrants in the UAE are required to submit the following documents:

Business owners must submit the required documents when registering for Corporate Tax in the UAE. Registration for corporate tax will be done online in the FTA portal. In order to register for Corporate Tax in the UAE, the following documents are required.

1.     Trade License copy (it should not be expired).

2.     Passport copy of the owner/partners who own the license (must not be expired).

3.     Emirates ID of the owner/partners who own the license (must not be expired).

4.     Memorandum of Association (MOA) – Or – Power of Attorney (POA) 

5.     Authorized person’s contact details (Mobile Number and E-mail).

6.     Contact details of the company (complete address and P.O. Box).

7.     Corporate Tax Period.

You can rely on us for fast and efficient corporate tax registration services in UAE. Get in touch with us if you need a Corporate Tax Registration Number.

We have a team of corporate tax advisors fully versed in UAE corporate tax laws who can help your business overcome roadblocks such as familiarity with corporate tax laws & regulations, structure and compliance issues.


Please get in touch with

Mohamed Salim


+971 52 244 02 03