Property owners in the Virgin Islands are being notified that the 2017 Property Tax is due and payable on September 1.
Visitors to the Virgin Islands are being advised that effective September 1, an environmental and tourism levy of $10.00 will be collected on arrival at the ports of entry.
The Inland Revenue Department continues its Territory-wide Field Survey in an ongoing effort to update Property Tax records.
The Inland Revenue Department, the agency responsible to the Government of the Virgin Islands for the collection of taxes, is urging taxpayers to remain compliant with the tax schedule.
Proprietors of hotels and villas in the Territory are reminded that the Hotel Accommodation Tax has increased from seven percent to 10 percent.
The public is reminded that the Hotel Accommodation Tax will increase from seven to 10 percent, effective February 1.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is announcing that the Hotel Accommodation Tax will increase from seven to 10 percent, effective February 1, 2017.
Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Honourable Gaston Browne paid a courtesy visit on Premier, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE during his visit to the Territory this week.
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is hosting a regional conference on the “Current Developments in International Taxation and the Impact on Caribbean Jurisdictions” on 13 December, 2016.
The Government of the British Virgin Islands is currently assessing the details of the European Commission’s pre-assessment work that was published today on the forthcoming list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.