Website Accepts Card Payments For Payroll Tax

April 8, 2016

The Office of the Tax Commissioner has advised that their online payment system has been enhanced to enable people to use their Visa, Mastercard and American Express to pay their payroll tax online.

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A spokesperson said, “The Office of the Tax Commissioner advises that the E-Tax system has been enhanced to enable tax payers to use their Visa, Mastercard and American Express for the payment of payroll tax.

“This enhancement has been provided to give tax payers more payment options using the E-Tax system which removes the need for tax payers to wait in line.

“The E-Tax facility is convenient, reliable and can be accessed 24/7 via the Government Portal or directly at

“Tax payers are reminded that the deadline for Payroll, Hotel Occupancy and Corporate Services Tax is next Friday, 15 April, 2016.”

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  1. Jeremy Deacon says:

    thank goodness I don’t have a credit card!

  2. Sorry Sir says:

    Doesn’t look very secure…

    • R says:

      Doesnt at all. Also looks like it was made in 2004, like most gov websites.

  3. Mark Orchard says:

    Fantastic! When can I use a Debit card to buy a ferry token? Why must I only use cash?

    • Whistling Frog says:

      Because the government don’t trust you.

  4. Honesty says:

    Finally. Welcome to the 21st century Bermuda Gov.

  5. Spit Bouy says:

    Paid my company returns online but was told I was ‘filing without payment’ as the tax return sheet sent in the same day by the firm that handles my returns didn’t have a check attached.

    Was told that ‘they thought that payment was for arrears, despite the payment matching the return form to the penny & my arrears payment being paid online the week before. 21st Century? With blinkered thinking like that, don’t make me laugh. Sighs