The Value Added Tax (VAT) Department of the Ministry of Finance has released three short videos…

Posted on: January 8, 2015

Authored by: Value Added Tax Department
Source: Value Added Tax Department
Date: January 8, 2015

The Value Added Tax (VAT) Department of the Ministry of Finance has released three short videos to assist VAT Registrants.

 

The first video entitled “Navigation from Home Page” is a simple video explaining the ten key areas of the home page and the additional navigation and functions of The Government of the Bahamas Online Tax Administration System.

 

The second video entitled “Manage User Access” explains for registrants how to enable other users to access the registrant’s taxpayer account on the Online Tax Administration System, and how to manage that access.

 

The third video entitled “Change of Circumstances” demonstrates the process of allowing the account user to make changes to their existing information such as banking information, address/location and contact details etc. However, the features presented in videos two and three will not be available until mid to late January, 2015.

 

VAT Registrants are advised that they can view the videos by selecting the appropriate link under Video Tab on the government’s website at www.bahamas.gov.bs/VAT.

 

Register online: www.vat.revenue.gov.bs

 

Register in person: Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at Gladstone Freight Terminal, Nassau

 

For more information contact the VAT Department at   vatcustomerservice@bahamas.gov.bs or call the Help-Desk hotline at 1-(242)-225-7280



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