Oman’s tax landscape is changing rapidly. In 2019, excise tax was implemented in Oman. In 2021, VAT was implemented in Oman. The corporate income tax legislation has been subject to ongoing significant amendments. On the horizon, personal income tax may potentially be introduced on high income earners. It is increasingly important for taxpayers to assess the impact of tax developments in Oman on their business to ensure continuous compliance and mitigate any tax risks.
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A snapshot of the current tax landscape in Oman and major tax developments
Key considerations in tax audits and disputes
Lessons learnt and common issues faced by taxpayers
What should businesses do to manage tax risks
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