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These 20 Areas in UAE are Exempt from VAT

These 20 Areas in UAE are Exempt from VAT

News
Federal Tax Authority has listed free zones across the seven emirates. The Federal Tax Authority on Wednesday announced 20 designated zones which would be exempt from the recently-implemented five per cent VAT in the country, bringing a major relief and clarity for the companies operating in the free zones. "The designated zones are special zones for VAT purposes, which are generally considered outside of the UAE in terms of value-added taxation. While VAT applies throughout the UAE, in the designated zones VAT generally does not apply. Only fenced free zones with special controls on goods and services going in and out could benefit from this status. As expected, important free zones such as Jafza, Dafza and Kizad are on the list," said Thomas Vanhee, founding partner, Aurifer Middle...
These jobs in UAE pay up to Dh25,000

These jobs in UAE pay up to Dh25,000

Jobs, News
If you are looking for a well-paying job in the emirate, there are plenty of options available The next, big career move of most professionals could be driven by either the need to grow or to attain more skills, but most essentially to seek a fatter pay cheque. If you are looking for a well-paying job in the emirate, there are plenty of options available in construction, advertising, health care and so on. Let's take a look at the available jobs advertised on Khaleej Times' classifieds portal, KT Buzzon. Corporate Strategy Development Manager Industry: Construction Career: Management Job Location: Dubai Salary: More than Dh25,000 Experience: 10-15 Years CEO / General Manager Industry: Other Career: Executive/Director/CEO Job Location: Dubai Salary: Mor...
IF YOU Have Any OF These Kellogg Cookies, Snacks Or Cereals, You May Want To Throw Them Out Asap.

IF YOU Have Any OF These Kellogg Cookies, Snacks Or Cereals, You May Want To Throw Them Out Asap.

Health
Did you know that the Kellogg Company has recalled several of its snacks and cookies because they may have been contaminated with peanut residue by a flour mill in Georgia? Just take a look at the article below and find out more about this! The recall was done voluntarily and as a precautionary measure. And, the cookies, brownies and crackers included in the recall were made with wheat flour produced at Grain Craft flour company that may have undeclared peanut residue. They were distributed throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico.Kellogg, citing the FDA, does not expect most consumers with a peanut allergy who eat the snacks to suffer a reaction. Kellogg posted this statement on their website: “While consumers with severe peanut allergies should avoid the recalled products, the FDA has s
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