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Department of Taxes Withdraws MAD 20 Stamp

Directorate of Taxes Withdraws Sale of MAD 20 Stamp

Rabat – The Directorate General of Taxes has withdrawn the MAD 20 stamps from sale, as they are no longer required in administrative documents.

In a statement issued this weekend, the Directorate General of Taxes (DGI) announces that the MAD 20 stamps have been withdrawn, in accordance with the new provisions introduced by the 2018 finance bill.

Nevertheless, a duty of MAD 20 will still be required for the completion certain documents, in the form of a stamp visa or an electronic declaration to the DGI.

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