The Taxation Administration has announced that the statutory payment period for the commercial vehicle license tax for the second half of 2021 is from October 1, 2021 to October 31, 2021, and the deadline shall be extended until November 1 ,2021 due to Oct. 31, 2021, the last day of the payment period is Sunday. Taxpayers are reminded to complete payment within the said timeframe.
The Taxation Administration states that the tax payment notice will be sent to taxpayers by mail by the tax collection authorities under the local government. In order to provide multiple convenient channels to pay tax, the Ministry of Finance provides many options, such as convenience stories, ATM transfers, demand (savings) deposit accounts, financial institutions, designated account transfers, credit cards, and IC ATM cards. Also, taxpayers can download the “Mobile Payment Provider Tax Payment App” and scan the QR-Code on their tax notices. If taxpayers have lost or failed to receive their payment notices, they may apply for re-issuance with the local tax collection authority in the same district as where the vehicle is registered or at the service counter in the local motor vehicles office. Taxpayers may also use their Ministry of Economic Affairs Certification Authority (MOEACA) IC card, financial certificate, or enter their “business administration number + license plate number” to log into the local tax online-filing website (https://net.tax.nat.gov.tw/) for inquiries and payments. Late payments are subject to a penalty fee. Taxpayers are reminded to pay on time to safeguard their rights.
Taxpayers who are unable to complete the payment within the given timeframe due to the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may apply for a deferral or installment payments with the tax collection authority. For further information about how to apply, please visit the “COVID-19 Measures Section” on the Ministry of Finance’s official website https://www.mof.gov.tw/covid19/ to download relevant application forms, or dial our toll-free number 0800-000-321 for inquiries.
Press Release Contact: Miss Huang, Section Chief