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Tax Offices can no longer accept payments for amnesty tickets

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) | 2013-01-09 00:00:00

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) wishes to remind motorists that payments relating to outstanding traffic tickets can no longer be paid at any of its tax offices across the island, as the traffic ticket amnesty offered by the Ministries of National Security and Justice came to an end on December 31, 2012. Persons are therefore asked not to come to the tax offices to try to make these payments.

It should be noted that under the law, outside of the just concluded six-month amnesty period, TAJ is authorised to accept payments for traffic tickets within twenty-one (21) days of ticket being issued by the Police.

These current tickets may be paid at tax offices or online through the Jamaica Tax Portal Tickets older than twenty-one (21) days have to be dealt with through the Courts.
Any queries relating to the traffic ticket amnesty are to be directed to the Police Traffic and Highway Division and not to TAJ.

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Company Address : PCJ Building (4th Floor) 36 Trafalgar Road Kingston 10

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