VAT in UAE: This is what your receipt should look like
Federal Tax Authority clarifies what should be displayed in your receipt
UAE's Federal Tax Authority has released an example of a receipt from a business registered for value added tax.
The FTA said that four items on the receipt should be clearly marked:
- Tax receipt displayed
- Tax registration number
- Price that includes VAT
- Amount of VAT added
In a brief statement the FTA called on consumers "to review tax invoices as businesses can’t charge VAT if they were not registered".
VAT in the UAE came into effect on January 1, 2018.
Here's a handy list of items that are being charged and those that are not:
Video: VAT in the UAE explained
Updated: January 3, 2018 09:37 PM