Salary tax- expats who earn more than 3,000 Saudi Riyals must pay a tax 10% of their total basic income.(rumors)

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The majority of you have already got this PDF file in your emails, WhatsApp messages, or Facebook messages, according to which the Ministry of Labor has approved two new regulations that will go into effect soon.

There are numerous rumors regarding salary taxes because these rules or the pdf have not yet been officially announced.

Ministry of Labor has not yet released an official indicating that 60 occupations are prohibited for expatriates employed in Saudi Arabia.

1: “The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Labor has taken a decision that will go into effect in the coming months and levy a tax of 10% of the entire basic income on expats who earn more than 3,000 Saudi Riyals.

The bank to which the payments are transferred will collect this tax from the entire amount of salaries paid to private businesses and establishments, provided that the salaries of expatriates will also be subject to this deduction.

Financial authorities, including the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA), the Ministry of Finance, and other pertinent institutions, have pledged to automatically complete this project in the near future.

It has been indicated that the banks will be responsible for collecting the tax. Despite working in numerous nations, I’ve never witnessed banks deducting income taxes on transferred salaries. It is always the business’s responsibility to withhold income tax from the tax and deposit the money to the DZIT afterward.

2, “The Ministry of Labor in Saudi Arabia has launched an extensive campaign to reduce the number of expatriates working in the private sector by imposing fees on their jobs, to encourage private sector employment of Saudis, and to spend the revenue generated from such fees favoring the Human Resources Fund, which was established to help nationalize (Saudize) jobs in the Kingdom.

The Ministry confirmed that it will work to stop the recruitment of new employees and the renewal of work permits for about 60 professions. Companies and establishments were also required to hire Saudis to fill these positions over the coming months, limit sales to local residents, and stop recruiting for 23 commercial activities.

There are numerous rumors regarding salary taxes because these rules or the pdf have not yet been officially announced.

(Without even a doubt, the Ministry of Labor has worked to raise the Saudization level in the Saudi Arabian Kingdom.

However, the Ministry of Labor has not yet issued a statement indicating that 60 occupations are prohibited for expatriate employed in Saudi Arabia,The data presented on (rules or any pdf file) or picture is not authorized and should not be trusted. )

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