TaxPersonal TaxManx taxpayers get online service

Manx taxpayers get online service

Ability to review previously submitted tax returns and tax assessments online

Taxpayers living on the Isle of Man
will be able to review their previously submitted tax returns and their tax
assessments via a new online tax service –
The
Individual Tax Service.

The new online service was announced by the Income Tax Division of the
Manx
Treasury
, which described it as ‘convenient, easy to use and secure online
services for individual taxpayers’.

Besides the ability to review previously submitted tax returns, taxpayers can
also make payment enquiries, view their outstanding tax balance, and make
payments online by debit or credit card.

Further reading:

Isle of Man gets KPMG business barometer

New FD appointed at IoM’s Water Authority

Manx Budget encourages enterprise

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