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Enhancement to Online Tax Services Announced 1 May 2008

The Income Tax Division of Treasury has today released a further enhancement to its Online Tax Services which will allow employers to submit employee details.

Employers can now via the internet:

  • view a list of current and previous employees and tax codes for exisiting employees
  • submit details of employees commencing or leaving their employment rather than having to use the current paper T20/T21 forms
  • submit changes to an existing employee's details.

    The Employer Online Tax Service also allows employers to submit their remittance card and make payments of ITIP and NI online. Payments can be made by BACS credit transfer, credit card or debit card.

    Employers can also use the online service to check their payment position for current and previous years and to view their T37 annual return form history.

    This enhanced service will save employers that use it time and cost, and reduce paperwork and administration.

    For further information about the service please contact Income Tax Division Online Support on telephone number 651541 or via email at onlinesupport.itd@gov.im.

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