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FTA updates its e-Services to facilitate work of customs clearance companies
The Federal Tax Authority, FTA, has revealed details of updates to its electronic services, e-Services, which have been designed to provide a greater number of facilities for customs clearance companies that operate under its approval.
The authority says that the new developments have been introduced to simplify registration procedures and enable easy submission of tax returns.
The FTA’s e-Services updates were announced during the third seminar, organised by the authority in Dubai, for freight forwarders and customs clearance companies. The event was held to highlight the role of the authority’s e-Services in facilitating the work of shipping and clearance companies and ensuring the UAE’s smooth import and export trade.
Attended by about 100 stakeholders from various shipping, customs clearance and logistics organisations, the seminar saw a team of specialists from the FTA’s Taxpayers’ Services Department review the electronic processes carried out by the authority to facilitate the work of this important sector and brief the participants on the steps it has taken to overcome any obstacles that might be encountered.
Khalid Ali Al Bustani, Director-General of the FTA, said that the seminar formed part of the authority’s plans to raise the level of tax awareness among business sectors and ensure continuous communication with employees across all economic activities. He highlighted that the session was important to inform stakeholders about the latest tax procedures.