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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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Registering for income tax

​Moving to Jersey for the first time

If you've recently moved here, you'll need to register for social security and tax. You need to do this at Customer and Local Services.

Becoming a Jersey resident

Returning to Jersey

If you're returning to Jersey and were registered for income tax when you were last here, use the page below​.​

Telling the Taxes Office if you leave or return to Jersey

Already living in Jersey and registering for tax

If you live in Jersey and already have a social security number, but are not registered for tax, then you will need to register if:

  • you are starting work for the first time
  • you are starting your own business (self-employed, limited company or partnership)
  • you have investment, pension or property income that exceeds the tax threshold and you will be liable to pay tax
  • any other circumstances where you will have a personal income tax liability

You'll need to complete the tax registration form below.

Non-resident and registering for tax

If you are non-resident but you have Jersey sources of income (for example employment or property income) on which you are liable to pay Jersey tax, you'll need to register by completing the tax registration form below.

Personal income tax registration form

If you need to register for tax, complete and send us this income tax registration form.

Personal income tax registration

Tax on your Jersey income if you live abroad

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