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Toll Free: 1-888-829-4357
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Telephone: (876)-902-9463
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Email: taxhelp@taj.gov.jm
Customer Care Centre
Toll Free: 1-888-TAX-HELP (local)
Toll Free: 1-888-829-4357
Toll Free: 1-888-GO-JATAX (USA)
Telephone: (876)-902-9463
FAX: (876)-902-9494
Email: taxhelp@taj.gov.jm

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Income Tax Filing Season Begins

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is encouraging taxpayers to begin preparations to file their Income Tax Returns early with the March 15 Income Tax due date just two months away and to utilize the convenience, speed and security of the online option to avoid the usual last minute rush. This tax season taxpayers currently filing Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and Assets Tax Returns are reminded...
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Mandatory eFiling of Employer’s Monthly Payroll Declaration (S01)

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) implemented the next phase of its mandatory e filing requirement on January 2, 2019. As a result, Employers will now be required to submit their Employer’s Monthly Payroll Declaration (S01) electronically, using the tax portal at www.jamaicatax.gov.jm . This means therefore, that Employers filing their S01 due January 14 MUST do so online. ...
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Fifth Phase of Mandatory eFiling Requirement Now In Effect

All taxpayers currently filing Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and Assets Tax Returns are reminded that they are now required to file their CIT and Assets Tax Returns online via Tax Administration Jamaica’s (TAJ) online portal at www.jamaicatax.gov.jm. This means that effective January 1, 2019 the Returns for these categories of taxpayers MUST be filed using TAJ’s online facility. Additionally,...
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Jamaica and Japan Reach Agreement in Principle on Tax Convention

The Governments of Jamaica and Japan have agreed in principle on the tax conventionbetween the two countries. The Convention includes provisions for the purposes of clarifying the scope of taxation in the two countries, eliminating international double taxation and preventing tax evasion and avoidance, and is expected to promote further mutual investments and economic exchanges between...
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Taxpayer Prosecuted and Fined $300,000.00 for Failure to Produce Books, Records and Documents

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) through its Intelligence, Investigation and Enforcement Unit (IIEU) prosecuted St. James businessman/operator Kwun Nung Siu, trading as Siu’ Supermarket under Section 17IA of the amended Revenue Administration Act (RAA) for failure to produce books, records and documents as requested. The tax authority led evidence that during the months February to...
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Tax Reminder: Sign up for TAX REM - to get text reminders about Motor Vehicle Registration and Certificate of Fitness expiry dates.

Motorists: You may renew your Driver’s Licence up to 30 days before your birthday.

Saturday Opening: The Portmore Tax Office opens on Saturdays 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Avoid the rush: To avoid the rush, DON’T wait until the busy month end to make tax payments or fees.

Electronic Drop Boxes: Cheque payments may be made using electronic drop boxes located at main tax offices.

Save Time! Why wait inline? File and pay GCT online.