Starting a business in Dubai can be a great opportunity for entrepreneurs, but it's important to understand the costs associated with setting up a company in the United Arab Emirates. The cost of registering a business in Dubai depends on the size, type and location of the business, as well as other factors. The government has recently made changes to simplify the founding process and reduce the cost of incorporation. Generally, setting up a Freezone company in Dubai will start at around 5000 euros for a Visa license (configuration service not included).
The cost of registering an offshore company in Dubai is higher than in other countries and jurisdictions, particularly for JAFZA due to its reputation and longer history of setting up offshore companies. However, the government has taken steps to make starting businesses in Dubai more affordable and attractive for commercial and investment purposes. Domestic companies can operate anywhere in the United Arab Emirates and will benefit from zero corporate taxes. The registration cost to set up a limited liability company in Dubai typically ranges from AED 22,000 to 24,000.
Located in the port of Jebel Ali in Dubai, the Jebel Ali Free Zone is a free economic zone where companies do not need to pay corporate taxes and can enjoy 100% foreign ownership. In addition to the higher registration fee, there are many other costs associated with setting up a business in Dubai, such as obtaining a business license for domestic companies, opening a foreign bank account in Dubai and various other verification fees. If you're familiar with the country's operating system, you can start your business in Dubai at an affordable cost. We make sure that every penny is spent wisely so that you can get the most out of your investment.