24 Feb 2022
St. George’s, Grenada, 24th February, 2022: The Inland Revenue Division is encouraging taxpayers to file and pay their taxes early and conveniently by utilizing the quick and easy-to-use IRD’s online platforms.
All tax types can be filed, and paid at taxservices.gov.gd, while Property Tax, Motor Vehicle, and Driver’s Licence can be paid at pay.gov.gd.
Tax-payers can also file tax returns and make payments at the District Revenue Offices.
Please be reminded that March 31st is the deadline for submission of:
· Income Tax returns for taxpayers whose financial year ends on December 31st and
· Annual Stamp Tax.
Business owners are reminded to include their financial statements when submitting Income tax returns.
Check out the Inland Revenue Division’s YouTube and Instagram pages and the Ministry of Finance Facebook page for videos and updates.
IRD Striving for Greater Taxpayer Compliance.
03 Feb 2022
St. George's, Grenada, 2nd February, 2022: The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) of the Ministry of Finance reminds the public of the following taxes that are due and payable for February 2022.
8th Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and Withholding Tax Due and Payable
10th Gaming Tax Due and Payable
21st Value Added Tax (V.A.T) Due and Payable
28th Income Tax Returns Due for Businesses with Fiscal Year Ending 30th November 2021
28th Income Tax Due and Payable
Vehicle Registration Numbers with Single Letter 1 to 2500 due from 1st January to 15th February.
Vehicle Registration Numbers with Plural Letters 1 to 250 due from 1st January to 15th February.
NB: When the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Public Holiday, the next working day will be the due date for payment.
The public is encouraged to file and pay all taxes on time to avoid penalties and interest.
Payments can be made at the following:
I) The Inland Revenue Division, Carenage St. George’s,
2) Any District Revenue Office,
3) Online platforms: taxservices.gov.gd or pay.gov.gd
Inland Revenue Division
31 Jan 2022
St. George’s, Grenada, 31st, January 2022: The public is hereby notified that effective today, Monday, January 31, 2022, the Grenville District Revenue Office will be moved from Seaton James Street to upstairs of Geo. F. Huggins & Co. (G’da) Ltd., located on the corner of Gladstone Road and Sendall Street.
21 Jun 2021
St. George’s Grenada June 18, 2021: The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) on Thursday June 17th, 2021 recognized the first-year anniversary, since the Government’s online payment Portal pay.gov.gd was introduced.
This payment portal, developed in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 Pandemic, has proven to be very effective in making it easier for Grenadians at home and the diaspora to do business with Government.
Dubbed, the People’s Portal pay.gov.gd, enabled taxpayers to pay their drivers and motor vehicle licences online with their credit/debit cards in the comfort of their homes, offices or anywhere with available internet access. Over the last twelve (12) months pay.gov.gd has grown in popularity with more than 200 users on a daily basis. The Portal have since expanded to accommodate the payment of other government fees including:
o Property/Land Tax
o Property Transfer Tax
o Estate Duty (Inheritance)
o Vehicle Annual Licence and Inspection
o Driver’s Licence
o Driver’s Exam Fees
o Learner’s Permit
o Highway Code Book
o Police Record
o Work Permit
o Marriage Licences
o Covid-19 Related Fees
o Air Transport Permit Fees
It is also anticipated that with the upcoming deadlines: such as the 5% rebate for early payment of property tax (June 30, 2021) and the last leg for Motor Vehicle Licences renewal (Vehicles with 751-999 with plural letters and 7051-9999 with singular letters) traffic on the site will increase significantly more especially, since users of the portal are able to receive an authentic Government receipt via text or email and can collect their decal/sticker at any inspection sites.
Pay.gov.gd is safe fast and secure and is available anytime and anywhere with internet access from your mobile phone and/or any electronic device.