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Information and public services for the Island of Jersey

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

Make a voluntary tax disclosure

How to tell us

There are 3 simple steps you need to take:

tax disclosure steps

  1. Gather information: you might need to access historic information such as bank records or accounts.

  2. Disclose: use the online form. Voluntary disclosure form

  3. Pay: once you've made your disclosure, we'll review your information, tell you how much you owe and how to pay.

Reasons you might need to make a voluntary disclosure

You should make a disclosure if you have:

  • submitted returns that don't include all your income
  • submitted returns that are incorrect such as understating your income, or claiming an allowance you're not entitled to
  • not submitted returns at all

Returns can include:

  • annual tax returns for people or businesses
  • GST returns
  • monthly employer ITIS returns
  • other statements or documents that you have provided to Revenue Jersey in support of a tax return

Types of income you may need to tell us about

We will take into account that you made a voluntary disclosure when we calculate any settlement figure.

Disclosure help and advice

If you need any help call the tax disclosure helpline.

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