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Traders' excise rates and quarterly excise duty statistics

​​Excise duties payable in Jersey

Excise duties are payable to Jersey Customs & Immigration Service on the importation or production of:

  • spirits
  • wines
  • beer
  • cider
  • tobacco
  • hydrocarbon oils

The information shown below is published for use by commercial traders. It shows the relevant rate of excise duty, by goods type, for the period concerned. Note that, where shown, a hectolitre is equal to 100 litres.

Excise duties including VED application 1 January 2018

Excise duties including VED application 1 January 2017

Excise duties including VED applicable 1​ Jan​uary 2016

Excise duties including VED applicable 1 January 2015

Excise duties including VED applicable from 1 January 2014

Excise duties including VED applicable from 1 January 2013

Quarterly excise duty statistics

Jersey has its own rate of excise duty, the revenue from which contributes towards the annual income of the States of Jersey. The quarterly excise duty statistics outline the statistical quantity of excise goods that have been imported during the relevant​ quarter of the year.

Quarterly excise duty statistics 2018

Quarterly excise duty statistics 2017

Quarterly excise duty statistics 2016

Quarterly excise duty statistics 2015

Quarterly excise duty statistics 2014

ID Quarterly Excise Duty Statistics 2013.pdfQuarterly excise duty statistics 2013

​​Quarterly excise duty statistics 2012

Previous years' rates are available on demand by contacting the Customs & Immigration Service.​

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