VAT ON FUEL AND TRANSPORT JOURNEY TICKETS

SAUDI TO COLLECT 5% VAT ON OIL & ON TRANSPORT TICKETS WITHIN KSA

On the query of a Saudi citizen on Twitter, The General Authority of Zakat and Tax has confirmed that there will be a Value Added Tax of 5% on fuel starting from January 1st 2018. Recommend : VAT on tobacco products, energy and soft drinks




Last week it is also in indication that there will be VAT on the transport journey tickets within the Kingdom, However there will not be any VAT on international travel tickets. Trending : Saudi VAT on money transfer fee

- Before the implementation of VAT on fuel prices, Saudi Arabia is in a plan to increase the fuel prices by this year end.




- Earlier The General Authority of Zakat and Tax said there will be a 5% of VAT on the fee of remittance centers or money transfer centers, but the products like loans and accounts would be exempt. Related : VAT on private school fee, Electricity, Mobile and water  bills

VAT ON OIL PETROL DIESEL AND FUEL

VAT ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS ENERGY AND SOFT DRINKS

ITS A TIME FOR VAT ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS, ENERGY DRINKS & SOFT DRINKS AFTER SELECTIVE TAX

After the selective tax of 50% and 100% on tobacco products, energy drinks and cool drinks in the month of June of this year, now Its a time to tax again on it as VAT of 5 percent starting from January 1st of 2018. Trending : Selective tax on Tobacco products, energy & soft drinks




Saudi authorities cleared the doubts of various queries raised by consumers, The 3 products (Tobacco Products, Energy Drinks and Carbonated Drinks) are applicable for percent VAT. Recommend : 5% VAT on recharge cards, internet data packs

- The selective tax on these 3 products already raised the prices of it on June by 100 percent and 50 percent, It will raise further by 5% from January 1st.




VAT ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS ENERGY AND SOFT DRINKS




RECHARGE SIM WITHOUT IQAMA NUMBER

NOW YOU CAN RECHARGE YOUR SIM OR TRANSFER CREDIT WITHOUT ENTERING IQAMA NUMBER 


From now onwards (November 15, 2017), You can recharge or transfer credit with out entering your residence id number or iqama number said the Saudi communication and Information Technology (CITC). Trending : Complaint your sim operator online with CITC




Earlier mobile users use to enter their iqama number along with recharge card number while recharging, Now in a new move CITC announced its decision to skip this step, It means you can recharge now with only recharge card number and the service code of it. Most Viewed : Check how many sim cards are on your iqama

- The aim of this move is to discourage the users from spreading calling card announced Saudi Communication and Information Technology Commission.




- Entering iqama numbers or identity card numbers was mandatory from July 2012, In order to keep the track of unauthorized SIM cards sale. Recommend : Limit of sims on Saudi expats

- Starting from January 2018, There will be 5% tax on your mobile bills like on recharge cards, internet data packs, paid apps, etc,.



- After the implementation of VAT, Mobile users can get 95 Saudi Riyals on recharge of 100 Saudi Riyals due to the Value Added Tax of 5 percent. Even the postpaid users will be charged VAT on their bills. Related : No more unlimited data on prepaid sim cards

NOW RECHARGE SIM CARD WITH IQAMA NUMBER


INSPECTION TEAM TO HUNT FOR VIOLATORS IN SAUDI ARABIA

SAUDI ARABIA TO CRACKDOWN ON VIOLATORS & ILLEGAL EXPATS

As the amnesty period for all illegal expatriates in Saudi Arabia ended on November 14th of 2017 (Tuesday), From November 15th the Ministry of Interior inspection team will start hunting for the violators.




The drive to begin crackdown on iqama, labor and border security violators, Saudi Arabia was provided various chances of amnesty for violators and illegals to leave the Kingdom in a legal way.

- Those who are providing shelter to violators or transporting them or employing them will face heavy penalties along with violators said Ministry with confirmation of ending amnesty period for illegal expats.




- The Ministry of Interior asked citizens and expats to follow the rules and regulations specially while dealing with illegal expats who violated residence permit, labor and border security violations.

- The ministry called all expatriates and citizens to inform about the violators through the toll free number 999.



INTERIOR MINISTRY TO HUNT FOR VIOLATORSI N SAUDI

50,000 RIYALS DEPENDENT FEE ON A YEMENI EXPAT

A YEMENI EXPAT HAS TO PAY A DEPENDENT FEE OF 46,000 SR FOR RENEWING IQAMA

A Yemeni expatriate has discovered, He have to pay 46,000 Saudi Riyals in order to renew his iqama or residence permit for one year, He found the amount in his SADAD account while he was checking his dependents fee online. Recommend : How to pay dependent fee




According to the Akhbaar24 local daily, This Yemeni expatriate is in Saudi Arabia with his four wives, He is feeling helpless as he is unable to pay that much huge amount of dependent fee for his family. Trending : Dependent & Companion fee as per jawazat systems

- As per the Yemeni expat, There are number of his relatives and friends who are facing the same situation like him, As few of his relatives and friends has their parents and brothers living with them in Saudi Arabia.




- One of his relative need to pay a dependent fee of 55,000 Saudi Riyals this year for renewing his iqama. If this is the situation of the first year, What is going to happen next year where the dependent fee will be doubled from June 2018. Read : Dependent fee on final exit and on newborn

50,000 DEPENDENT FEE ON YEMENI EXPAT IN SAUDI ARABIA

5% VAT ON MONEY TRANSFER FEE SAUDI ARABIA

SAUDI ARABIA TO CHARGE 5% VAT ON MONEY TRANSFER FEE

General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) confirmed that there is a VAT (Value Added Tax) of 5% on Money Transfers starting from 1st January of 2018 in Saudi Arabia, Before you start calculating five percent of your transfer money read below.




The Good news is that 5% of VAT is not on the transfer amount you are sending, but It is on the transfer fee, however it should be paid by the person who are sending money transfer clarified General Authority of Zakat and Tax.

- There are many transactions which are exempt from five percent VAT, It includes Interest on Loans, Lending fees with implicit margin like credit cards, mortgages, leasing, transactions of money and securities and as well as savings, current and deposit accounts reported Saudi Gazette.




- Insurance policies, Medicines, House Rents, Government Services fee, employees salaries are exempted from Value Added Tax confirmed by the General Authority of Zakat and Tax earlier.

- 5% of VAT is also not applicable on services like Issuance of Driving License, Renewal of Driving License and Passport services.



- Similarly there will be no VAT on exports to countries outside the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) states, Services given to non residents of GCC countries, International transport services for goods and passengers, Spare parts import and international transport and maintenance, repair and modifications.

5 PERCENT VAT ON MONEY TRANSFER FEE SAUDI ARABIA


ARRESTED FOR LEAVING SAUDI WITH COMPANY MONEY

SAUDI INTERPOL ARRESTED AN INDIAN FOR LEAVING SAUDI ILLEGALLY WITH COMPANY MONEY

An Indian citizen who went out from Saudi Arabia illegally with the large amount of money of his company has been arrested by the Saudi Arabian Interpol.
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According to the Saudi Arabian Interpol wing they received a complaint that an Indian expatriate left the Kingdom illegally after stealing a large amount of company money reported in Saudi Press Agency.

- Before the crime was discovered of the accused, he left the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Interpol arrested the Indian and brought back to Saudi Arabia on 25th October after tracking and chasing him internationally.




INDIAN ARRESTED FOR RUNNING WITH COMPANY MONEY

TWO SCHOOLS FINED WITH 1.83 MILLION RIYALS

1.83 MILLION SAUDI RIYALS FINE FOR 2 PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN SAUDI ARABIA 

Two private schools fined with 1.83 million Saudi Riyals for six violations of labor regulations and Saudization by the Inspection Agency and Development of Work Environment at the Ministry of Labor and Social Development.




According to Khaled Aba Al Khail the spokesperson of the Ministry words to the local news, The violations committed by two private schools in Saudi Arabia are

- Employing Dependents of expatriates

- No valid work permit from the ministry.




- Not paying the salaries of the employees on time.

- 75 illegal women workers of different nationalities.

- Working on the jobs reserved for Saudi women.

- Delayed salary payments of 32 Saudi workers.



2 SCHOOLS PENALIZED WITH 1.83 MILLION SAUDI RIYALS

PROFESSION CHANGE ON IQAMAS STOPPED

SAUDI MINISTRY STOPPED THE SERVICE OF PROFESSION CHANGE ON IQAMAS

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Labor and Social Development has stopped changing professions on iqamas or resident permits, However those who are not allowed to change their iqama profession can challenge the decision online. Trending : Nightwear banned in stadiums




Before few weeks, The ministry has given all the companies four weeks of time to correct their status, Now the given time has finished, Those who corrected their status will benefit from it. Recommend : New camera detects usage of mobile while driving

- Ministry inspection teams is about to visit all the organizations soon and penalize each violator with a sum of 25,000 Saudi Riyals said Saudi Gazette local news.




- Saudi citizens above the age of 60 years can work in private sectors, however they will not be considered while counting the ratio rate of nitaqat or Saudization. Most Viewed : Revised nitaqat stopped new visas for expats

- The Ministry of Labor and Social Development also said it will stop compensatory work visas after changing the ratio and modality of Saudization rates under nitaqat program.



MINISTRY STOPPED PROFESSION CHANGES ON IQAMA

UNKNOWN SEA ANIMAL DEAD BODY FOUND AT BEACH

SAUDI TO INVESTIGATE THE UNFAMILIAR DEAD BODY OF A SEA ANIMAL

Saudi Arabia received a dead body of unfamiliar and strange sea animal, which was found at the beach from the Border Guard in the southern beach of Yanbu city in the Kingdom.




The Fisheries Administration of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture received the dead body of unknown sea animal for examination.

- The authorities will investigate the dead body of unfamiliar sea animal, from where it came and what sea animal it is.

- A Saudi came across the dead body of strange animal on the Yanbu southern beach on 1st November of 2017.




UNKNOWN SEA ANIMAL BODY FOUND AT YANBU BEACH




SAUDI BANS NIGHTWEAR DRESS IN STADIUMS

SPORTS AUTHORITIES BANS INAPPROPRIATE DRESS IN STADIUM

Sports authority in Saudi Arabia has banned from wearing inappropriate dresses or nightwear while entering into sports stadium or using the facilities of it.




The decision was took by Saudi authorities on October 10th, in order to stop men from wearing a loose or short sleeved robe or indoor garmet in public.

- From the day of announcement from authorities, the hashtag of 'banning nightwear in stadiums' hits more than 100,000 times, Social media users asusual splits their reactions on it.




- According to the statement of General Sports Authority, The new chairman issued a royal decree on it in September and instructed officials to refuse entries of 'inappropriately dressed' into sports stadiums.

- The fact behind it is football matches and other sports games are broadcating live and it is watched by different ages of people, The look of Saudi society in public should be inline and should keep away those who violates it with nightwears or inappropriate dresses in public.




- Social media users splits themselves on this decision, One of them said It is nightwear and should not be wear in public while the other user said the decision is nice and it should apply even on mosques.

SAUDI BANS FROM WEARING NIGHTWEAR IN STADIUMS

NEW CAMERA DETECTS USING MOBILE PHONES WHILE DRIVING

NEW CAMERAS IN SAUDI ARABIA MONITORS USING MOBILE PHONES & NOT WEARING SEAT BELTS

New traffic cameras in Saudi Arabia will now detect drivers who are using mobile phones while driving a vehicle and those who are not wearing seat belts.




Traffic Directorate of Saudi Arabia said they are ready with the new saher cameras, installation work almost done, The new cameras will monitor the drivers who are using mobile phones while driving and the those who did not wear seat belts.

- Using of mobile phones while driving is a major cause of most of the accidents in Saudi Arabia after speeding a vehicle. It is most dangerous one and the rates of it are differ among various regions said General Director of Traffic Mohammed Al Bassami reported in Arab news.




- In the recent days itself we seen a proof of it, As one of the driver and his friend seen shooting a video before they met with an accident, Social media is a witness for number of such videos, they are not only threat for themselves but also for public safety.

NEW SAHER CAMERAS RECORDS USING MOBILE PHONES WHILE DRIVING



YOUTUBE FAME TO A TEEN SAUDI RAPPER

A SAUDI TEENAGER RAP VIDEO 'SAMOLY' GAINED 33 MILLION VIEWS

A 16 year old Saudi teenager boy gained 33 million views on his rap song called 'Samoly' that is 'Bread' on his Youtube account named "Dyler", With fame his song sparked controversy for being his love to bread.




His song buzzed in Social Media platforms and stir controversy, While many viewers attacked his video as cheap and degrading, His supporters came into the line and congratulate him for reaching a successful millions views.

- While few supported the young rapper by saying people are jealous about the aspiring a new success of this rapper. Dyler fame not only limited in Saudi Arabia his video crossed the borders from Saudi Arabia to UAE.




- Dubai welcomed the teenager and hosted him at one of the malls in Dubai, where he meet and interacted with his thousands of fans reported Al Arabiya the local Saudi news.








YOUTUBE FAME TO SAUDI RAPPER ON SAMOLY VIDEO

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