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

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Stamp Duty Property Valuations

Tax Administration Jamaica is advising all parties involved in the purchase or sale of land that the process may be significantly reduced, if a copy of the valuation along with the other required documents are presented at the time of submission. This means that parties purchasing or selling property will not have to wait to have TAJ’s valuators carry out valuations of the property...
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Over 45 Taxpayers Arrested during TAJ/MOCA Joint Operations

Tax Administration Jamaica’s (TAJ) Special Enforcement Team (SET) and members of the Major Organized Crime & Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA), have been conducting a joint operation in the parish of St. Ann. The operation designated “Garden Clean-up” targeted 62 chronically delinquent taxpayers who failed to obey Court Orders. The joint team today arrested thirteen (13) taxpayers bringing the...
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Second quarter tax payments due June 17

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is reminding business persons that the following taxes are due on June 15, 2019, however, because the 15 th falls on the weekend, the due date is adjusted to Monday June 17, 2019: ·         Estimated Income Tax (2nd  quarter) ·         Self Employed Statutory...
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Stamp Duty Reform

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is advising that Cabinet has approved the proposal made for Stamp Duty Reform by the Minister of Finance and the Public Service, Dr. the Honourable Nigel Clarke, in the 2019/2020 Budget Debate. Consequently, effective April 1, 2019 the ad valorem Stamp Duty rates payable on instruments pursuant to the Stamp Duty Act have been replaced with a specific...
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Abolishment of Minimum Business Tax

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is advising that as part of the government’s initiative to reduce costs for small and micro businesses and to encourage small business formation among other objectives, Minister of Finance and the Public Service, Dr. the Honourable, Nigel Clarke announced the abolition of the Minimum Business Tax (MBT) with effect from April 1, 2019. In his...
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Tax Tips Tax Tips

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.