HOW TO REGISTER FOR DST
A resident person, or a non-resident person with a permanent establishment in Kenya, who provides a digital service in Kenya is required to be registered for digital service tax.
A non-resident person without a permanent establishment in Kenya who provides a digital service to a user in Kenya may either opt to register under the simplified tax registration framework or appoint a tax representative.
The registered person will be issued with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for the purpose of filing returns and payment of the DST.
The regulations have been made simple and clearly stated for better understanding.
HOW WE CAN ASSIST
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NetSheria engages a pool of experienced yet innovative advocates who are subject matter authorities in established legal practice areas relating to commercial and corporate law as well as in dynamic industries such as technology and intellectual property, entertainment and financial technology (fintech).
We offer the legal support necessary to launch and grow startup companies and also assist with your tax matters and ensure that your business is tax compliant.
We will assist in the compliance with the new DST requirements including assessing and advising whether your business is liable to pay DST, registration for DST and calculation and submitting the DST returns and payment of DST.
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