For companies looking to set up in Qatar, there are many legal requirements to consider. Perhaps one of the most important of which involves selecting an auditor.
Setting up a business in Qatar means employing the services of an external auditing company. Why? Quite simply, because it’s the law.
So, how would a new company go about finding an auditor? To ensure you choose the right auditing company when setting up your business in Qatar, here are some of the essentials to tick off your list.
Firstly, the firm you select must be registered in the State of Qatar. Secondly, it must provide the following services as an absolute minimum. To ensure your company formation adheres to all the local laws, speak to a consultant for furt...
Tax in Qatar
When starting a business in a new country, one of the most important factors to consider is that country’s tax laws. In fact, for some businesses, tax laws may play a significant role in choosing where to establish their operations.
Similarly, some individuals choose to live and work in certain countries because they have favourable tax regulations, allowing them to earn more as they pay less in tax.
So, what about Qatar? What do you need to know about tax in Qatar if you are a business or an individual?
Before we get into the various aspects of tax in Qatar, we should first point out that Fusion Middle East is not a qualified tax advisor. We would always advise companies and individuals to seek the advice of a qualified tax professional regarding all tax matters in Qatar.