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Information and public services for the Island of Jersey

L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

What we do with your feedback (you said, we did)

​​Our government's values

At the Government of Jersey, we always want to improve the services we provide to our community.

We use your feedback to keep improving the services we offer.

We’re constantly working to build and strengthen a culture of continuous improvement based on our public sector values.

Give us your feedback

Changes made by Revenue Jersey

We’re increasing our focus on the feedback you send to Revenue Jersey. We share and discuss it every month with our teams and use it to:

  • shape changes
  • improve customer experience
  • increase efficiency

Positive feedback and compliments are also valued and shared with our teams.

The ti​me you take telling us what you think makes a difference. Your feedback helped us make the improvements below.

Find out more about what we're working on to improve our services in our delivery plan.

Minister for Treasury and Resources Delivery Plan​ 2023​

Team and improveme​nt area
You SaidWe Did
​Personal tax
Online tax return​
​When you're ready to submit your online tax return it would be helpful to be able to review what you've entered on one screen so it's easier to check through. 
​We've added a preview screen at the end, so you can see which sections you've completed. 
​Treasury and Exchequer
Customer service​
​Many advisers are extremely helpful, polite and understanding, but some of you experienced advisers being impatient, rude and un-sympathetic.
​We have invested in professional customer service training for all our customer facing colleagues both in Revenue Jersey and across the Finance Hub. Over the 4 month training period, our 'behaviour and attitude' related complaints have reduced by 73%, measured against the same period the previous year.
Class 2 Contributions, Start Up Plans for businesses
At the time you're setting up businesses and have to choose from the options we offer for paying class two contributions, you don't always understand what you'll have to pay. In particular you want the Start Up Plan to be more clearly explained, so you don't have to deal with unplanned payments further down the line. We've highlighted a few things on that customers weren't realising about Start Up Plans. We're also developing a printable template our advisors will be able to use with customers, to help them understand their options and how payments are calculated.
Class 2 Contributions, Lower Earnings LimitYou want more information on explaining the Lower Earnings Limit, and how it impacts you, so that if we write to you there is more explanation available for you.We reviewed the letter that we send to you. We reviewed and improved the wording on and added more explanation.
Contributions, PolicyYou sometimes want to challenge whether the law is fair and give suggestions for change. Our technical specialists have set up regular meetings with the advisors who support the Social Security Minister, and ensure your feedback is being considered.
Employer Customers, Combined Employer ReturnSome fields that needed to have information filled in, are not marked mandatory causing the form to work incorrectly.This has been corrected, and instructions about those fields added to the start of the form.
Personal Tax Customers, Online Enquiry FormYou don't always find its clear that you can add multiple enquiries to the form when you're using it. Submitting a form for each request is frustrating.We highlighted the fact you can submit more than one enquiry with larger font and made this more prominent on the instructions page.
Personal Tax Customers, StudentsThe information on is not really written for students' circumstances. You are new to employment, working limited hours, and spending time off-island at university.We've created a new Student page with just the information you need, to get you started and tell you what you need to do.
Personal Tax Customers, Third Party Pension ProvidersPayment providers sometimes find the payments they send aren't correctly allocated, causing worry and frustration.We've changed processes and asked providers to include all the information our cashiers and payments team need, to identify who and what the payment is for.
Personal Tax Customers, StatementsMany customers find the statements difficult to understand and would like to have something simpler provided to them, clearly summarising how much they owe and listing their payments.We've been working on this and are planning to test a new design of statement with a pilot group of customers during 2024.
Personal Tax Customers, ITIS RatesYou receive your ITIS rate and don't understand why it's changed, or why a certain salary figure has been usedWe've piloted a Tax Tips Email on understanding your ITIS rate and assessed the impact both on customer enquiries, and how helpful customers found it, and we'll be developing more Tax Tips emails as a result.
Community Help Desk, Payments on AccountYou are not always clear what you have to pay by November, and want an up-to-date picture of what you need to pay so you get it right.We've piloted sending balance confirmations to all customers with an outstanding balance this year, so you know you have the latest picture without needing to contact us. If you don't agree with the figure, you can then call us to discuss, and confirm what's correct, before the deadline, rather than finding out at a later date.​

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