ISLANDERS have tried to hide £9.5m. from the taxman.
Income Tax news
INCOME Tax has apologised after issuing letters warning of £300 fines for outstanding returns – even though the forms have been submitted.
INCOME Tax has warned islanders responsible for 8,000 outstanding tax returns that they will be fined £100 if they do not submit the forms within 30 days of an impending reminder.
THE future of the 20p income tax rate will be considered as part of a wider review, the chief minister has revealed.
Guernsey tax evaders and avoiders paid up £2.4m. during a three-month amnesty last year, it has been revealed.
COMPLETING tax returns online could win islanders cash prizes this year.
A CLAMPDOWN on people who fill their tax returns late has been passed by the States.
TREASURY has moved to clarify the tax law on non-resident entertainers performing in Guernsey.
TAX staff have been receiving abusive phone calls and director Rob Gray has called for islanders’ patience.
A THREE-MONTH amnesty is being offered to islanders who have tried to evade paying income tax or not disclosed the right information.
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