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Online Payments For Employers, Contractors and Third Party Payers 23 May 2007

The Income Tax Division of Treasury are pleased to announce the introduction of an online payments facility for employers, contractors and third party payers.

The facility allows clients to make payments of ITIP and National Insurance, payments of contractors' deductions and payments of tax deducted from non-residents by credit and debit card.

In addition, it allows clients to make nil remittances - meaning potentially large administrative savings for clients and a reduction in the amount of correspondence sent between the Income Tax Division and clients.

The remittance cards that clients usually send to the Division with their cheques, will no longer need to be sent by post because all the information can be submitted online.

Clients need to register first with Online Services and then enrol for the relevant Tax Service. The registration page can be found here

Malcolm Couch

Assessor of Income Tax

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