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Information and public services for the Island of Jersey

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

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Revenue Jersey

Revenue Jersey forms part of the Treasury and Exchequer department. We administer and collect over £800m in revenue each year which funds Jersey's public services
15 July 2021

31 July tax filing deadline extended

An extension to the online tax return filing date means that Islanders now have until 31 August to file their tax returns, instead of the original 31 July deadline.

10 February 2021

PYB payment option Regulations lodged

The Minister for Treasury and Resources, Deputy Susie Pinel has lodged draft Regulations that set out how former Prior Year Basis (PYB) taxpayers could pay their 2019 tax bill.

14 January 2021

Company tax return deadline

Companies are being reminded that they have until 31 January 2021 to file their 2019 tax returns.

What Revenue Jersey does

  • administer and collect Personal Income Tax, Corporate Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax and Land Transaction Tax
  • administer and collect Social Security contributions
  • collect Long-Term Care Contributions for Social Security
  • help and encourage people to get their taxes right
  • deal with those who choose to evade their responsibilities
  • ensure that Jersey's international tax exchange agreements are properly administered

Tax services

Find a list of our online services and forms that will help you to deal with some of the most common requests.

Tax questions answered, online services and forms

Face to face appointments

We are currently offering appointments in line with Governments current approach to the CLS help desk appointment system. Customers are advised in advance of any documentation and information they will need to bring with them.

Appointments are generally offered if:

  • customers need to produce physical documentation which we can’t accept in scanned form
  • the matter is highly complex such as tax residency or arrangements for double tax credits
  • the customer has particular accessibility needs, or it’s appropriate, for example because of disability, illness or bereavement.

All other queries can be answered by email or by calling +44 (0) 1534 440300 if the query is urgent.

Coronavirus support

Coronavirus tax help

Government support for businesses


Susie Pinel

Treasury Minister
01534 853969

Deputy Lindsay Ash

Assistant Minister
01534 736100

Documents, policies and publications

Making an FOI request

Read about Freedom of Information (FOI) and how to make a request.

Check our response log to see if we've already answered your question.

Make a new request by using the Freedom of information request form.

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