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E-invoicing in the GCC and Potential Tax Implications

In this webcast, Grant Thornton has partnered with Pagero to take you through the latest developments and potential impact of E-invoicing on taxpayers and tax compliances moving forward.

Digital transformation, specifically continuous transaction controls (CTC) models, has gained momentum globally in the past few years and is continuously rising in the Middle East, with countries such as KSA introducing mandatory E-invoicing for VAT-registered resident taxpayers in late 2021 and launching Phase 2 in 2023.

Governments globally continue relying greatly on taxes as a valued source of revenue and are seen as the same direction for other GCC VAT-implementing countries, which are expected to introduce E-invoicing Regulations to comply with the global standards and upkeep the digital transformation and efficiencies on tax processes.

In this webcast, Grant Thornton has partnered with Pagero to take you through the latest developments and the potential impact of E-invoicing on taxpayers and tax compliances moving forward.

You will learn:

  • E-invoicing developments in Saudi Arabia

  • Actions and awareness on phase 2 implementation and deadlines

  • Impact of e-invoicing on taxpayers 

  • What to expect in GCC

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