Moving to Jersey for the first time
If you've moved here, you'll need to register as living in Jersey. This process includes tax registration so you don't need to register separately for tax.
Register as a Jersey resident
Already living in Jersey
If you live in Jersey and have a social security number, but don't have an ITIS rate or complete a tax return you may need to register for tax.
Start work for the first time
You'll need to tell us what your salary is going to be so we can send you an ITIS rate. If you're going to earn more than your
personal tax exemption threshold you will also be required to file a tax return.
Request an ITIS rate
Start your own business
You'll need to apply for a business licence.
If you already have a business licence then you should be completing a tax returns, even if your profits are below the tax exemption threshold or your company is zero tax rated.
If you have employees you need to register as an employer.
Starting up a new business
Register as an employer
You have pension, investment or property income
If your total income is more than your
personal tax threshold or you have any other circumstances where you will have a personal tax bill then you should be completing tax returns.
Register for tax
Returning to Jersey and non-residents
Returning to Jersey
If you're returning to Jersey after an extended absence you can re-register 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.
Register for tax
Corporate tax registration
Companies are registered by the Jersey Financial Services Commission. This process includes notification to Revenue Jersey who will issue a TIN once you have successfully registered.
Incorporate a company (JFSC website)
If you have created a general business partnership in Jersey then you will need to register it with Revenue Jersey and let us know the details about the partnership.
Register a general partnership for tax
If you have set up any other type of partnership then any Jersey resident partners should already be registered for personal tax through the moving to Jersey process or by completing the personal tax registration form.
If you also need to register the partnership for tax, email Revenue Jersey with the information about the partnership.
Your charity must be registered with the Charity Commissioner to be able to claim tax reliefs.
Once you charity has been Registered by the Jersey Charity Commissioner you should email Revenue Jersey with the name, address and Registered Charity Number to obtain a Tax Identification Number (TIN).
Registering a charity with Revenue Jersey
Foundations are registered by the Jersey Financial Services Commission. This process includes notification to Revenue Jersey who will issue a TIN once you have successfully registered.
Register a foundation
Clubs, associations and incorporated society registration
If you have set up a club, association or incorporated society please contact
Revenue Jersey to find out if you need to register for tax.