The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority indicated that work will continue during the blessed Eid Al-Fitr holiday of 1442 AH at all its land, air and sea ports. In a manner that guarantees the completion of customs procedures for all imports and exports during the vacation, and the termination of customs procedures for vehicles coming and leaving, in a way that contributes to facilitating the movement of trade exchange and ensuring the smooth and flexible flow of imports and exports and not affecting the term of customs procedures related to clearing goods
This comes from the Authority’s concern for the continuity of customs work in all its fields without interruption. This helps in providing goods to consumers, and the consequent positive impact on the national economy. On the other hand; The authority clarified that the taxpayers from the business sector can complete all their zakat and tax services through the electronic portal gazt.gov.sa within the integrated system of electronic services that are provided to all establishments to facilitate the performance of their zakat and tax obligations, facilitate the procedures for obtaining the service and speed up its implementation, in a way that saves them a lot. Of time and effort. The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority called on those taxpayers from the business sector who wish to obtain more information about zakat and tax services to contact it through the “Ask Zakat and Tax” account on Twitter (Gazt_care), or through the unified number of the Zakat and Tax Services Contact Center (19993). ), Which works 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or by e-mail (infogazt.gov.sa), or through instant conversations via the website (gazt.gov.sa), while the authority receives customs inquiries on the unified number (1918). ), Which provides its services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or via the “Ask Customs” account on Twitter (AskSaudiCustoms), in addition to the e-mail dedicated to customs services (Carecustoms.gov.sa).