The tax is collected by Revenue Jersey on goods and services within Jersey (domestic GST) and Customs and Immigration on imports (import GST).
Covid support for businesses
Eligible businesses, including self-employed people, who are most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic can now apply to defer their payment of GST.
Coronavirus tax help
Pay domestic GST
Pay your Customs import GST
Phone (domestic GST only)
You can make a card payment over the phone for payment of domestic GST.
Telephone: + 44 (0) 1534 440235 Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Revenue Jersey bank details
|Branch||St Helier, Jersey|
|Account name||Treasurer of the States|
|Sort code||40 - 25 - 34|
Pay by cheque
You can post a cheque made payable to the Treasurer of the States and send it to:
Include your name, GST registration number and the GST period you are paying.
PO Box 56
Customs import GST
Include your name and your customs invoice number.
Jersey Customs & Immigration Service
La Route du Port Elizabeth
Businesses and GST on imported goods
How you can pay GST on imports depends on whether your business is GST registered and Customs approved.
|My business is GST-registered and Customs-approved||Your goods will be released automatically when they arrive in Jersey, and you will have no GST to pay. |
|My business is GST-registered but is not Customs-approved|
You should become Customs-approved. You must pay Customs within three days, which adds unnecessary costs to your business.
Customs approved traders
|My business is not GST-registered, but is Customs-approved|
Your goods will be released automatically when they arrive in Jersey, although you won't benefit from the de minimus (you must pay GST on imports with a value less than £135). You must pay Customs within 30 days using CAESAR.
Customs declaration and payment website, CAESAR
|My business is not GST-registered and not Customs-approved|
You must declare the value and pay GST within 3 days. (The de minimis personal allowance does not apply to businesses.)