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VAT Threshold Increase

VAT Threshold Increase

12 September 2016
The Inland Revenue Division wishes to inform the general public…
VAT Tax Payer List

VAT Tax Payer List

16 October 2015
This list is as of 28TH January, 2014 and will…
Motor Vehicle Rates

Motor Vehicle Rates

16 October 2015
Motor vehicle rates for commercial and non-commercial vehicles.
Tax Tables

Tax Tables

29 September 2015
View the┬áTax Tables for the 2015 Income Tax Rates…
Annual Return of Payments to Employees

Annual Return of Payments to Employees

29 September 2015
Every employer who has made payments to any person in…
Completing Personal Income Tax Return

Completing Personal Income Tax Return

28 September 2015
To assist you with your Personal Income Tax (PIT) Return:…

Legal

Hundreds of Dominicans owe thousands of dollars to the Government of Dominica by way of overdue taxes. The government has therefore seen it fit to have a State Attorney based in this division to assist in the recovery process and to represent the government in court, as regards to revenue cases.

The supervisor of collections passes on to the legal department the names of outstanding debtors and the sums in which they are indebted to the government. The lawyer then writes to the debtors, inviting them to discuss possible ways of reaching amicable solutions in eliminating their accumulated debt. Most people come in and are able to settle on a monthly payment plan on the basis of which agreements are entered into. If the taxpayers subsequently fail to honour the terms of these agreements, then they are brought before a judge of the High Court so that judgment could be entered against them.

The legal department also operates in an advisory role giving both oral legal counsel and written legal opinions to the Comptroller and supervisors of the Inland Revenue in an effort to aid them in the interpretation of the Income Tax Act Chap 67:01 (1990 Rev.) Laws of the Commonwealth of Dominica.