The MIRA has issued announcements requesting taxpayers who do not fulfil tax registration requirements under the Tax Administration Act, or GST registration requirements to deregister from tax. The announcement, issued on 16 January 2019, reminds…
The Maldives Monetary Authority, on 17 January 2019, published the first amendment to the Regulation on Cross Border Currency Declaration Amount. The changes introduced now require passengers travelling with USD 20,000 or more, and are travelling…
This guide explains the rules regarding the collection, distribution and reporting of Service Charge as required by the Sixth Amendment to the Employment Act
This publication gives an overview of the imposition of Goods and Services Tax imposed under the GST Act.
The Third Amendment to the Tax Administration Regulation, granted the Maldives Inland Revenue Authority (“MIRA”) the right to enter into Advance Pricing Arrangements (“APA”) with taxpayers.
The webinar is targeted at employer, human resources personnel, and accountants in the tourism sector. The duration of the webinar is expected to be 1 houe. It will take place on 3 April 2020 at 3:00 pm.
This article explores the current tax position on non-resident contractor payments.
With the Third Amendment to the Tax Administration Act, the Maldives Inland Revenue Authority (‘MIRA’) was granted the authority to regulate the submission of Country-by-Country Reports (CbCR) to the MIRA.
On 29 February 2021, the President’s Office issued a press release on seeking parliamentary consideration on joining the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters.
The Regulation on Pensionable Wage was gazetted on 25 February 2021. The primary objective of the Regulation is to provide for the requirements related to Pensionable Wage for the purposes of calculating contributions to Maldives Retirement Pension Scheme (MRPS).
CTL Strategies has been ranked in the 2021 edition of Chambers and Partners, which is often regarded as the “gold standard” in the legal profession.
On 25 February 2021, the Travel Agency Regulation was gazetted, replacing the regulation that was in place since 2006. The new regulation introduces new rules for both foreign and local tour agencies.