Shoura asks to curb tax evasion of social media celebrities

The Shoura called on the Non-Oil Revenue Development Center to assign a neutral body to assess the economic and social impacts of non-oil revenue development initiatives.

The Shoura Council urged on Wednesday GAZT to intensify its efforts to collect VAT; from social media celebrities, and prevent tax evasion from the part of some of them.

The Shoura called on the Non-Oil Revenue Development Center to assign a neutral body. This is to assess the economic and social impacts of non-oil revenue development initiatives.

It also underlined the need to focus on the entities and sectors with greater revenues to sustain their flow without hindrance.

The center aims to implement unified tools and plans in order to develop the state’s non-oil revenues. Besides, improving government agencies’ revenue collection procedures.

The Shoura also instructed the center to clarify the additional services provided by government agencies in exchange for raising fees for them.