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Inland Revenue Department Advises Taxpayers To File Returns Early, Avoid The Rush

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The Inland Revenue Department encourages taxpayers to file early and beat the rush ahead of the March 31st deadline for filing their 2022 tax returns.

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SOURCE:  National Competitiveness and Productivity Council

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7 COMMENTS

  1. When yall giving me the $20,000 y’all owe me in refunds. 8 years I waiting already. I heard if you pay off the staff the will make sure you refund get processed.

  2. Inland Revenue Department Advises Taxpayers To File Returns Early, Avoid The Rush.
    Well We the Tax payers advise Inland Revenue to process peoples moneys you owe them. When people owe yall want the money to be paid on time but when yall owe people its always a long wait for them to get paid.

  3. These people at Inland Revenue are just ridiculous. Y’all want people to file early but when y’all have to give people their money y’all give us the runaround. Y’all have my returns for me, from 2014-2019, which have been approved and y’all giving me the runaround! IRD, I WANT MY MONEY!

  4. Another public service entity that makes me ashamed to be a public servant! Between IRD…”DMV”….Passport Office…Land Registry…don’t know who is the worst! Lemme hear yol state your worst public service agency. For me…passport office!

  5. Free Willy all of them plus the two main political parties in St Lucia. A campaign promise from the Prime Minister was to pay all monies owed to us by Inland Revenue. 2014 was my last return received so I guess I will have to wait for 2026 during the next campaign to hear that promise again this time from Chas.

  6. @free willy . i would say land registry cause all these people do is put in new rules that dont do nothing to improve their work efficiency and timing. Every few months you go there a new rule is placed they refuse to put something in place that actually makes sence so you can get your documents without waiting on a long line everything they put just slows down progress.

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