Sam Alex
11
2023
Mar 15, 2023 09:58 AM

Should I pay VAT for all the products?

Should I pay VAT for all the products?

All Replies (11)
Alex T Sunny
8 months ago

No, all products are not subjected to VAT


Nandana Nithiyanandan
8 months ago
Not all goods and services are subject to 5% VAT. Some are zero rated and exempted.

Amal philipose varghese
8 months ago

No, all products are not subjected to VAT


Jerin P Thomas
8 months ago

All products aren't subject to vat


HANNA SAYYID
8 months ago

Not all products are subject to VAT in the UAE.


Josna Thomas
8 months ago

No, not all products are subject to VAT in the UAE. 


Roshna
8 months ago

No , Zerorated products and Exempted items are not liable for VAT


Jayadev Menon
8 months ago

Usually Products and services are categorised into three for VAT. Exempted, Zerorated and Standard Rated. In this only Standard rated products are charged VAT.


Jenifer. Lovely
8 months ago

You don't need to pay Value Added Tax (VAT) for all products. VAT is typically applied to most goods and services, but there are some exceptions and zero-rated items where VAT doesn't apply. So, while many things may have VAT, not everything does. It's a good idea to check the specific rules or consult with a local expert if you have questions about VAT on a particular product or service.


Bryce Dsouza
11 months ago

No, not all products are subject to VAT in the UAE. There are certain products and services that are exempt from VAT. These include financial services, residential buildings, bare land, and local passenger transport. 





Adam Franz
1 year ago

Yes most of the services and goods are included in VAT. But there are some Zero rated sectors and  VAT exempt sectors

Zero-rated sectors

VAT will be charged at 0% in respect of the following main categories of supplies:

Exports of goods and services to outside the GCC

International transportation, and related supplies

Supplies of certain sea, air and land means of transportation (such as aircrafts and ships

Certain investment grade precious metals (e.g. gold, silver, of 99% purity)

Newly constructed residential properties, that are supplied for the first time within three years of their construction

Supply of certain education services, and supply of relevant goods and services

Supply of certain healthcare services, and supply of relevant goods and services

VAT- exempt sectors

The following categories of supplies will be exempt from VAT:

The supply of some financial services (clarified in VAT legislation)

Residential properties

Bare land

Local passenger transport


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