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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
10 June 2020

14,000 customers due to file their tax online

An estimated 14,000 taxpayers are expected to file their tax returns online within the next eight weeks in addition to the 9,200 who have done so already.

05 February 2020

1,100 online tax submissions in first two weeks

Almost 1,100 Islanders filed their income tax online in the first two weeks of the new service, and 81% of users who rated the form gave the experience 4 stars and above (out of 5).

03 February 2020

States Assembly to debate personal tax reforms

On 4 February 2020, the Minister for Treasury and Resources will present her Proposition on personal tax reform for debate.

20 January 2020

Online filing option for personal income tax

Online or on paper – how will you file your tax return?

Support through the Coronavirus pandemic

Revenue Jersey is working with departments across government to provide the best possible package of support to islanders affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus tax help

Government support for businesses

If you are facing extreme financial hardship or business difficulty as a result of Coronavirus impacts, you can access a range of support measures from Customer and Local Services. Visit, or call + 44 (0) 1534 444444.

Emergency Coronavirus tax help

In cases of extreme hardship you can submit an online request form.

Defer personal tax payment on account

Request extra time to pay your tax

Defer company GST or ITIS filing

Request extra time to file

Emergency review of ITIS Effective Rate

These reviews are currently only available if your income has significantly reduced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. We will reduce your effective rate if:

  • your income has significantly reduced
  • your spouse or partner has lost their job, or suffered a significant reduction in income

This is a short term measure to help those most in need. For some taxpayers, a reduction in effective rate may lead to an underpayment of tax for this year or the previous year.  Therefore, care needs to be taken in reducing effective rates and each case will be dealt with based on the facts. If you pay tax on a previous year basis, your rate will be reduced for an initial period of 3  months.

To request an emergency review of your ITIS effective rate please email Revenue Jersey using ‘Emergency ITIS Rate Review’ as your subject header. 

You must also include in the email your:

  • full name
  • TIN or tax reference number
  • an explanation of your circumstances

We will aim to contact you within 48 hours.

If you don't have access to email a very limited phone service is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm on a dedicated telephone number +44 (0) 1534 440010.

Limited services 

Due to Coronavirus social distancing and stay home measures, our help desk, office and phone lines are closed and letter correspondence will not be processed. Our own staffing levels have been significantly affected. Our priority is to support customers who are experiencing extreme financial hardship and to collect what revenue we can as tax revenues will be an important part of funding for the Government Coronavirus response.

We are running the following essential services, accessible from our website or by email.

  • management of qualifying extreme hardship customer cases
  • all online tax returns
  • limited tax return assessing (to allow those able to pay, to pay what they owe)
  • production and delivery of certain statutory notices that we are legally obliged to undertake

File your personal tax return

You can now file your tax return online.

You'll need to activate your onegov account, which includes setting up your Government Digital ID (YOTI) before you file your tax return.

File your tax return online


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.

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

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