MHM is a registered tax agent with a team of experienced VAT accountant. As a result of implementing VAT in UAE since the start of 2018, your business should be ready audit by Federal Tax Authority (FTA), this audit is conducted by FTA to ensure the accuracy of accounting and bookkeeping and proper filing of VAT returns. At MHM we will ensure your readiness to such an audit to prevent your business from being subjected to the following list of fines:
MHM offers a wide range of indirect tax disputes resolution and advices on fines or request for reconsideration, before, during and after any dispute resolutions, including assistance with advice related to audits, tax assessments, reconsiderations and appeals to The Disputes Resolution Committee (TDRC) and Federal Courts.
Team of tax and legal experts with extensive tax technical experience.
Vast experience in resolving all aspects of tax disputes of complex and high-profile cases.
Expert knowledge of tax litigation and procedures.
ability to use our local and global network of law firms for advocacy services when required.
we will review your business tac obligations and provide advise on a wide range of issues including clarification request, audits, tax reconsideration areas, and tax penalties. We will assist you with responding to FTA queries and representation at meetings.
Our team will provide legal, procedural, and technical advice when it comes to tax disputes, through interpreting tax status, preparing evidence, determining options, risks, and benefits.
We will provide a full range of indirect litigation support in developing tax technical arguments, drafting legal submissions, and gathering and reviewing evidence. We will prepare case documents and applications and represent you at the TDRC and federal courts for appeals.
The regulating authority of VAT disputes in UAE is the TAX Disputes Resolution Committee (TDRC), which is under the structure of the cabinet and ministry of Justice nor Ministry of Finance.
Yes, only if the amount is more than AED 100,000 it can be appealed to the federal court by filling judicial appeal within 20 days of the TDRC’s decision.