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Title:Taxpayers Can Use Credit Cards or Current (Savings) Deposit Accounts to Pay the Individual House and Land Transactions Income Tax.

  The National Taxation Bureau of Taipei, Ministry of Finance announced that individual taxpayers can make payment of the house and land transactions income tax via credit cards or current (savings) deposit accounts with effect from January 1, 2020, reduced the waiting and  traveling time of the taxpayers.
  Taxpayers can download "The System of e-Filing and Payment of Individual House and Land Transactions Income Tax" from the e-Filing and Tax Payment Service of the Ministry of Finance Website (https://www.tax.nat.gov.tw), and make tax payments online before the due date via credit cards or the taxpayer’s current (savings) deposit accounts. However, overdue payments can only be made at commissioned bank of the R.O.C. government treasury, except the post office.
  The taxpayer are allowed to choose from the following payment methods:
1.Cash or notes: The taxpayers can bring the print-out tax bill to any commissioned bank of the R.O.C. government treasury, except the post office, to make payments. If the payable amount of the tax is $30,000 or under, the payment can be made at the convenience stores, as well.
2.Financial chip card: Bank aids with digital chips can be used to make tax payments via the online tax-paying service website (https://paytax.nat.gov.tw) or the system of e-filing and payment.
3.Credit cards and current (savings) deposit accounts: The new payment method has been available from January 1, 2020. Taxpayers are allowed to save time via paying tax online without cash witdrawal or card inserting.
  The Bureau urges taxpayers who have profits or losses calculated and captured under the provisions of the Individual House and Land Transactions Income Tax should complete the filing and make payments within 30 days from the next day after the completion of the ownership transfer registration, to avoid being subjected to surcharges or interest for delinquent payment maybe.
(Contact person: Section Head Chan of the Collection Division; Tel. 2311-3711 ext. 2008)

Last updated:2020-11-26