Anyone who has done business with the Moroccan bureaucracy has, for years, had to buy a 20 Dirham Stamp. At times these were difficult to find, and not on sale in the office a person was dealing with. Now, the Directorate General of Taxes has withdrawn the paper stamps, saying they are no longer needed for the completion of administrative formalities
It has finished the use of the famous 20 Dirham stamp required for the accomplishment of certain administrative procedures.
In a statement issued this weekend, the Directorate General of Taxes announced that the stamps of 20 dirhams in paper form have been withdrawn from the sale in accordance with the new provisions introduced by the Finance Act 2018.
"Also, this mobile stamp is no longer required for the completion of administrative formalities," says the release of the DGI. Nevertheless, certain documents and documents remain subject to the payment of the duty of 20 dirhams, in the form of a stamp visa from the revenue of the DGI or by way of an electronic declaration.