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Telephone: (876)-902-9463
FAX: (876)-902-9494
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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Tax Cheat hotline yields positive results

The Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) tax cheat toll-free hotline (1-888-829-2432) continues to bolster the administration’s efforts to identify delinquent practices. For the fiscal year 2013-2014, TAJ raised assessment of $130M for various tax types such as Income Tax, Education Tax and GCT, based on reports received from the public. The public complaints ranged across different sectors for...
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TAJ publishes Court Cases for outstanding sums of over $450M

During the current fiscal year, Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) will be stepping up enforcement action against delinquent taxpayers and making it public. For the months of April and May 2014, the compliance team at Montego Bay Revenue Service Centre brought scores of delinquent taxpayers before the court for outstanding sums of over $450 Million Dollars. The breaches, which range across tax...
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New capital allowance incentives for businesses

Businesses and individuals are now able to benefit from expanded capital allowance incentives, under the Government's income tax reform. The changes have come about under the Fiscal Incentives Act and have standardised and streamlined capital allowances to become more beneficial to business operators. But how is capital allowance actually applied? Businesses and individuals can claim tax...
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Officer Charged Under The 2010 Cybercrimes Act

Issued by: Ministry of Finance & Planning Christopher Moore, a thirty-seven (37) year old Computer Operator/IT Technician, was remanded in custody until July 21, 2014, after his appearance on June 30, in the Half Way Tree Resident Magistrate’s Court. Moore was arrested on June 20, 2014 as the Revenue Protection Division (RPD) supported by MOCA , conducted a pre- dawn operation at eight...
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Tax payments due June 30

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is reminding companies and individuals in business that the first instalment of $30,000 for the new Minimum Business Tax (MBT), which was due and payable on June 15, should be paid today, June 30, to avoid any penalty being applied. Additionally registered taxpayers are reminded that their GCT monthly return and payment for the month of May are also due today. ...
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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.

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