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Since 2009, Afghanistan Holding Group has provided professional business services including, accounting, auditing, taxation, payroll, research and monitoring and evaluation, procurement, and cutting-edge technology services.

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AHG provides professional business services including taxation, accounting, auditing, payroll administration, procurement, and turnkey compliance and legal services. AHG employs over 200 full-time, highly qualified Afghans in Kabul, Mazar, Herat and Kandahar, calling on an additional 800 professionals across all 34 provinces for specific short term support.

  • Issue 29

    AHG has partnered with Travel Docs to create an automated online application process for Afghan visa processing.

  • Issue 28

    Many companies incorrectly assume that they can wait until a business license is expired to renew it, without realizing there are monthly, quarterly and annual tax filing requirements along the way.

  • Issue 27

    In order to gain a sense of how pervasive Afghan tax issues are, SIGAR would appreciate your organization's response to the short survey. Without your input, it will be much more difficult to quantify the taxes or fees being paid, and more challenging to find relief for firms facing tax assessments.  

  • Issue 26

    His Excellency Mr. Eklil Ahmad Hakimi, the Minister of Finance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, has approved a wonderful new streamlined procedure for the Afghanistan Revenue Department (ARD), Tax Exemptions and Rulings Directorate to be able to review Tax Exemption Confirmation (TEC) Applications, without the need for a complete or redacted copy of the contract for both prime and subcontractors performing under the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) or NATO Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA).

  • Issue 25

    The Senior Economic Advisor to the President, His Excellency Ajmal Ahmady has been successfully implementing a long list of reforms in many areas to facilitate investment. We took the opportunity to highlight some of them below.

  • Issue 24

    The Ministry of Commerce and Industries (MOCI), led by His Excellency Minister Humayoon Rasaw, has been successfully implementing a long list of reforms in many areas, but particularly relevant are policies to facilitate investment. We take this opportunity to highlight some of these below. 

  • Issue 23

    The Ministry of Finance (MOF), led by His Excellency Minister Eklil Ahmad Hakimi, has successfully been implementing a long list of reforms in many areas, but particularly relevant to the public are those in the Afghanistan Revenue Department (ARD).

  • Issue 22

    he Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) went into effect 1 Jan 2015, requiring business licenses and visas for all contractors working for the U.S. Department of Defense or North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (DOD/NATO). Consequently, many DOD/NATO contractors first registered in Afghanistan in 2015.

  • Issue 21

    As discussed in previous advisories, the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) applies to U.S. Department of Defense and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (DOD/NATO) contracts awarded after 1 Jan 2015 (Post-BSA). 

  • Issue 20

    Potential legacy taxes resolution. Today, the U.S. Embassy Kabul and the Resolute Support mission briefed U.S. contractors on a recommendation, to be submitted by 28 Nov 2016 by the Government of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance (MOF) for subsequent Afghan Cabinet approval, to forgive the collection of certain taxes that may (or may not) be due by DOD and NATO contractors and subcontractors for work they performed in Afghanistan prior to 1 January 2015 (called “legacy” tax issues).

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