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KINGSTON, Jamaica – As of March 1, 2014, it will be mandatory for select groups and individuals to use e-filing for their tax returns, Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) said in a news release on Tuesday.
Those identified for mandatory e-filing via the Jamaica Tax Portal at www.jamaicatax-online.gov.jm are:
1. All taxpayers with annual turnover greater than or equal to J$500 million to e-file
• GCT/SCT Returns
• Income Tax Returns
• Employers Annual Returns (S02)
• Employers Monthly statutory declarations (SO1)
2. All taxpayers with GCT refund returns are to e-file
3. All Employers with 20 or more employees are to e-file employers’ Annual Returns (SO2) and Monthly Statutory Declaration (SO1)
The TAJ said that this development, which is the first phase of the new e-filing requirement, is in an effort to enhance agency’s capacity to “more accurately capture data in a timely manner and to assist in the efforts to develop a more efficient tax system”.
TAJ has also said that they will be providing training support to people identified in this first phase of the mandatory e-filing requirement.
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