Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, January 26, 2017


Shoura Council of the Saudi Arabia has rejected the proposal of tax on expat remittances after the statement of Finance ministry, 73% percent of Shoura council members refused the proposal of tax on expatriate remittances without discussing. Trending : Send remittances online to home country

- Earlier Finance ministry official said Kingdom will not agree with any tax plan on money flow for transferring from Saudi Arabia to any different country, KSA provided full freedom to move the money reported Saudi Gazette. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia public holidays in 2017

- Out of 119 Shoura members, 86 members rejected the plan without discussing saying it may effect the Saudi economy, while 33 Shoura council members voted for supporting the plan of tax on expats remittance. Hot : Expats Levy fee from July 2017

- As per the majority of votes, The proposal of 6% tax on remittances of expats is withdrawn by the financial committee, Earlier also it was rejected and proposed to study later. Recommend : Revised new visa fees in Saudi Arabia

- So all the expatriates living in Saudi Arabia, if you see any such message in social media or anywhere, just say happily, it was a old proposal, which is rejected again by Shoura council members, financial committee and Saudi Government. Read this : Online Gosi certificate

Powered by Blogger.