Our core service is taxation support to the Clients, as your advising firm, we will help you to give accurate tax to the Government.
- Monthly Report
- Quarterly Report
- Yearly Report
- Finishing the Tax forms report before ARD deadline
- Process the audit of companies with related department (LTO, MTO & STO)
- Fast process of clearance letter of fiscal year from related department
- Any goods, supplies, materials, equipment, real estate, services, or funds that are provided for United States Army, any person or entity (including contractors and recipients and staff is but not limited to them), except in or in relation to the United States in Afghanistan, they will be exempt from any and all taxes.
Taxation Provision from the Strategic Objective Grant Agreements between
USAID and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
General Exemption. The Agreement is a program agreement under the Terms of the Point Four General Agreement for Technical Cooperation, dated as February 7, 1951, between the Grantee and the
United States Government, and the assistance thereunder are free from any taxes imposed under
Laws in effect in the territory of the Grantee.
Except as provided otherwise in this provision, the General Exemption in Subsection (a) applies to, but is not limited To any activity, contract, grant or other implementing agreement financed by USAID under this Agreement;
Any Transaction or supplies, equipment, materials, property or other goods (Hereinafter collectively “goods”) under above; Any contractor, grantee, or other organization carrying out activities financed by USAID under this Agreement; Any employee of such organizations; and any individual Contractor or grantee carrying out activities
Financed by USAID is under this Agreement.
Except as provided otherwise in this provision, the General Exemption in Subsection (a) applies to, But is not limited to, the following taxes:
Exemption 1. Customs duties, tariffs, import taxes, or other levies on The importation, use and re-exportation Of goods or the personal Belongings and effects (including personally-owned automobiles)
For the Personal use of non-national individuals or their family members.
Exemption 1 includes, but is not limited to, all charges based on the value of such imported goods, but does not include service charges directly Related to services performed to transfer goods or cargo.
Exemption 2. Taxes on the income, profits or property of all (i) non-national Organizations of any type, (ii) non-national employees of national
And non-national organizations, or (iii) non-national individual contractors
And grantees. Exemption 2 includes income and social security taxes of All types and
All taxes on the property, personal or real, owned by such Non-national organizations or persons.
The term “national” refers to Organizations established under the laws of the Grantee and citizens of The Grantee, Other than permanent resident aliens in the United States.
Exemption 3. Taxes levied on the last transaction for the purchase of Goods or services financed by USAID under this Agreement, including Sales taxes, value-added taxes (VAT), or taxes on purchases or rentals of Real or personal property. Funds other than those provided under the Agreement, or (2) offset the Amount of such tax from amounts to be
Disbursed under this or any other Agreement between the Parties
The Parties agree to promptly meet and resolve such matters, guided by the principle that the assistance furnished by USAID is free from direct Taxation, so that all of the assistance furnished by USAID will contribute directly to the economic development of the country of the Grantee.
Reference, will provide upon request.