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Multiple Payment Options

Multiple Payment Options

Pay in Cash - Financial Institution or Banks (except any Taiwan Post Office)

Taxpayers can make their tax payments in all financial institutions that collect taxes.

 

Pay in Cash - Convenience Stores (Payment amount limit is only NT $20,000 cash or below)

Taxpayers can also quickly and conveniently pay their taxes at each of the 4 convenience stores, which include 7-ELEVEN, Family Mart, OK Mart and Hi-Life, before the deadline of payment for the tax payable. In this way, taxpayers don't have to afford a processing fee.

 

ATM Machines 

To pay taxes, taxpayers can follow the instruction printed on the tax bill to transfer tax payments via ATM to the Revenue Service Office before the deadline of payment for the tax payable. Simply go to an ATM labeled with "Inter-Bank: Cash withdrawal + Transfer + Pay Tax" (applicable to land value tax, house tax and vehicle license tax).

 

Transfer from Voice Mail Box

Taxpayers having a demand (savings) deposits account of a financial institution (or the post office) can follow the instruction of the computer voice on the phone or the direction of the web page to pay taxes from the account mentioned above before the deadline of payment. In this way, taxpayers don't have to afford a processing fee (except amusement tax).

 

Automatic Payment Transaction

Most conveniently, taxpayers can fill out a "Direct tax payment/debit application form" and apply to pay taxes directly from the deposits account of a financial institution (or the post office) for scheduled levying. Notice that applicants should register and apply two months before the Revenue Service Office starts to levy a particular tax (applicable to land value tax, house tax and vehicle license tax).

 

Credit Card Payment 

A taxpayer can utilize just his own credit card to pay taxes via the internet or the phone before the deadline of payment for the tax payable. In this way, taxpayers have to afford a processing fee whose amount is dependent on the credit card's issuer (except amusement tax).

 

Chip Finance Card Payment

To pay taxes, taxpayers can take use of a chip financial card issued by the financial institution which provide the service through the internet, and just follow the instruction of the web page to accomplish the procedure. Be careful, once the transaction is successful, it can't be canceled or modified. In this way, taxpayers don't have to afford a processing fee.

 

Use your National Health Insurance chip card or Citizen Digital Certificate to inquire about your tax or pay your tax.

Use your pre-registered NHI card or Citizen Digital Certificate to log onto https://net.tax.nat.gov.tw, and pay your tax with your credit card, chip financial card, or current account online(applicable to land value tax, house tax and vehicle license tax).

 

Scan the QR-Code on the tax statement to pay your tax

Use the APP on your mobile device to scan the QR-Code on the tax statement, which would link you to: https://paytax.nat.gov.tw. Next, the site would direct you to the serial number for the balance, and the amount of payment due. Choose the transfer service on your current account, or use your credit card to pay (except amusement tax).

 

Mobile payment

Scan the QR-Code on the tax statement with your device enabled by mobile payment features, or pay the tax online, or visit the Finance and Local Tax Bureau, Tainan City, to pay (applicable to land value tax, house tax and vehicle license tax).

 

Inquire about – or pay your tax – at convenience stores

Use your Citizen Digital Certificate, business holder’s license or pre-registered NHI chip card to print out the bill from the kiosks at 7-ELEVEN, FamilyMarts, HiLife’s or OK mart’s, and pay off your tax balance under NT$20,000.

Publisher:Finance and Local Tax Bureau, Tainan City
Update time: 2019-08-01 09:12:00

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