Tutoring Services

A tutoring service is a business that provides personalised instruction and support to individuals seeking academic assistance or skill development. It involves offering one-on-one or small group instruction tailored to the specific needs of each student, aiming to improve their understanding, performance, and confidence in a particular subject or skill area.

Tutoring services can be conducted in-person or online, and may cover various subjects, test preparation, or specialised skills. The services typically include assessing students, creating personalised learning plans, providing instruction, monitoring progress, and maintaining communication with parents or guardians. The ultimate goal is to supplement formal education and help students achieve their academic goals through individualised support.

The business activities that fall under Tutoring Services are:

Other education n.e.c. (8549.00): This involves providing specialised instruction and training, primarily for adults, that does not align with general education provided by academic schools, colleges, or universities. This instruction can be delivered through various means such as in-person at training facilities, educational institutions, workplaces, or homes, as well as through correspondence, radio, television, the internet, or classrooms. The instruction offered in this category does not lead to formal degrees.

“Other education n.e.c.” falls under the umbrella of “Tutoring Service” because it encompasses academic tutoring services, where individuals receive personalised instruction and support in specific subjects. It also includes other tutoring-related activities like college board preparation, remedial courses, professional examination review courses, language instruction, conversational skills instruction, speed reading instruction, and religious instruction. Furthermore, it includes non-academic training such as automobile driving schools, flying schools, lifeguard training, survival training, public speaking training, and computer training. These activities are all part of the broader tutoring service sector, which focuses on providing specialised education and training outside of traditional academic settings.

However, it excludes adult literacy programs, general secondary education, driving schools for occupational drivers, higher education, and cultural education.

  • Third-party Approval: No third-party approvals are required for this business activity.
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.00 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.00 is exempt from this requirement.

Academic tutoring services (8549.02): This involves providing specialised instruction and support to students in specific academic subjects. It falls under Tutoring Services because it focuses on assisting students with their academic studies, addressing individual learning needs, and improving performance in specific subjects. Academic tutors offer personalised guidance, teaching, and assistance to fill knowledge gaps and enhance understanding. They work closely with students to provide targeted instruction, help with assignments, and develop effective study strategies. The objective is to supplement traditional education, boost academic performance, and foster a positive learning experience.

  • Third-party Approval (PRE): Before obtaining a license from Meydan Free Zone, it’s necessary to obtain third-party approval from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.02 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.02 is exempt from this requirement.

Speed reading instruction (8549.07): This involves specialised training aimed at improving an individual’s reading speed and comprehension. It falls under Tutoring Services because it focuses on providing personalised instruction and techniques to enhance reading skills. Speed reading tutors help individuals increase their reading speed while maintaining or improving comprehension through methods like skimming, scanning, and chunking. By offering tailored strategies and support, speed reading instruction aims to enhance reading efficiency and productivity.

  • Third-party Approval (PRE): Before obtaining a license from Meydan Free Zone, it’s necessary to obtain third-party approval from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.07 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.07 is exempt from this requirement.

Public speaking training (8549.13): This involves providing specialised instruction and coaching to improve an individual’s public speaking and communication skills. Trainers offer personalised guidance and techniques to help individuals become more confident and articulate speakers in various public speaking scenarios. They address challenges like stage fright, delivery techniques, and content organisation, providing practice opportunities and constructive feedback. The goal is to enhance communication abilities, build confidence, and improve overall speaking skills. Public speaking training aims to equip individuals with the tools they need to effectively engage and persuade audiences.

  • Third-party Approval (PRE): Before obtaining a license from Meydan Free Zone, it’s necessary to obtain third-party approval from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.13 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.13 is exempt from this requirement.

Computer training (8549.14): This involves specialised instruction and education to enhance computer skills and knowledge. It falls under Tutoring Services as it focuses on providing personalised guidance to individuals seeking to acquire or improve their computer-related abilities. Computer training covers a wide range of topics, including software applications, programming, web development, and more. Tutors or trainers in this field offer hands-on instruction, demonstrations, and practical exercises to enhance learners’ proficiency and understanding of computers and technology. The goal is to equip individuals with the necessary skills to navigate the digital landscape effectively, upgrade their professional abilities, and explore career opportunities in the technology field.

  • Third-party Approval (PRE): Before obtaining a license from Meydan Free Zone, it’s necessary to obtain third-party approval from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.14 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.14 is exempt from this requirement.

Tutoring services (8549.87): This refers to personalised instruction and educational support provided to individuals who need additional assistance in their academic studies. It encompasses various activities such as academic tutoring, test preparation, remedial courses, and language instruction. Tutors work closely with students, offering one-on-one or small-group sessions to address their specific needs and learning styles. The goal is to bridge knowledge gaps, reinforce learning, and improve academic performance. Tutors employ tailored teaching methods, resources, and assessments to cater to individual requirements. By providing personalised attention and guidance, tutoring services aim to enhance understanding, boost confidence, and help students achieve their academic goals.

  • Third-party Approval (PRE): Before obtaining a license from Meydan Free Zone, it’s necessary to obtain third-party approval from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 8549.87 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 8549.87 is exempt from this requirement.

Tax Consultant (6920.95): This refers to the professional service provided by individuals or firms specializing in providing expert advice and guidance on various tax-related matters to individuals and businesses. Tax consultants possess in-depth knowledge of tax laws, regulations, and practices and offer services such as tax planning, tax compliance, tax optimization, and representation before tax authorities.

Tax consultants play a crucial role in helping clients navigate the complexities of the tax system, ensuring compliance with tax laws, and optimizing their tax positions. They provide guidance on tax planning strategies, identify available tax deductions and credits, and offer advice on tax implications of specific transactions. Additionally, tax consultants often work closely with auditors, providing valuable insights and information during the audit process, as tax expertise is crucial in ensuring accurate tax reporting and addressing any tax-related concerns that may arise during audits.

  • Third-party Approval: No third-party approvals are required for this business activity.
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 6920.95 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 6920.95 is exempt from this requirement.

Recovery Analysis Services (6920.97): This refers to specialized services that help individuals and businesses identify and recover overpayments or errors in tax payments and financial transactions. This business activity involves analyzing financial records to uncover discrepancies, errors, or missed opportunities for refunds. By rectifying tax-related errors and optimizing financial outcomes, recovery analysis services contribute to compliance with tax laws and financial efficiency. These services play a crucial role in supporting clients in recovering funds and ensuring accurate financial transactions.

  • Third-party Approval: No third-party approvals are required for this business activity.
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 6920.97 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 6920.97 is exempt from this requirement.

Taxation Procedures Follow-up (6920.98): This involves monitoring and ensuring compliance with tax procedures and regulations. Professionals or firms in this field oversee various tax-related processes, such as filing tax returns, making payments, responding to inquiries, and meeting deadlines. By closely tracking taxation procedures, they assist individuals and businesses in fulfilling their tax obligations and minimizing the risk of non-compliance. This activity contributes to accurate tax reporting, timely tax payments, and overall tax compliance. It also supports the audit process by providing well-documented and compliant financial information.

  • Third-party Approval: No third-party approvals are required for this business activity.
  • Filing of Economic Substance Return: Business activity 6920.98 is exempt from this requirement.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Business activity 6920.98 is exempt from this requirement.

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