Important Notice to all Taxpayers in TIMS group two(2) & group three(3)

Important Notice to all Taxpayers in TIMS group two(2) & group three(3)

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS IN ‘TIMS’ GROUP TWO (2) & THREE (3)

The Ministry of Customs and Revenue (MCR) wishes to remind all businesses in Groups two and three that the commencement dates to register and install an Electronic Fiscal Device (EFD) still remains on the new rescheduled dates on the 1st April 2021 for Group 2 and 1st July 2021 for Group 3. Please be informed that there will be no further extensions granted unless valid reasons provided in a form of written letter to the Commissioner of Inland Revenue Services with supporting documents. Businesses in Groups 2 & 3 are advised to register and install Electronic Fiscal Devices (EFDs) as soon as possible before their respective commencement dates to avoid penalties. Groups 2 & 3 lists are available and published on the Ministry’s website to download or contact our TIMS unit if unsure which Group your business fall under.

Group 2 and 3 Reminder

 – For businesses in Groups 2 and 3 who have missed out on their training sessions in 2020, please be advised that the Ministry is currently conducting trainings on all matters relating to TIMS at the DBS Building IRS Conference room, please contact our TIMS Unit on telephone 20411 extension 338 or our TIMS support email tims@revenue.gov.ws for available sessions and confirm participation.

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Matafeo Avalisa Sina Viali-Fautua’alii

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

FAASILASILAGA TAUA I TAGATA TOTOGI LAFOGA UMA O LOO I TOTONU O LE VAEGA LUA (2) MA LE TOLU (3) O LE ‘TIMS’

E fa’amanatu atu e le Matagaluega o Tiute ma Tupe Maua pisinisi uma o loo i totonu o le Vaega lua ma le Tolu aso amata e resitala ma fa’apipii ai Masini Fa’aeleteroni, o loo tumau pea aso amata ile aso 1 Aperila 2021 mo le Vaega Lua ma le aso 1 Iulai 2021 mo le Vaega Tolu. Fa’amolemole e fa’ailoa atu e le toe iai ni taimi fa’aopopo sei vagana ni mafuaaga tatau e fa’aauala mai ile tusi talosaga i le Komesina o le Ofisa o Lafoga fa’atasi ai ma fa’amaumauga e lagolago ai le talosaga. E fautuaina pisinisi uma i totonu o le Vaega Lua ma le Tolu e resitala ma fa’apipii Masini ma Polokalame fa’aeleteroni i se taimi vave ae lei oo i aso amata e foia ai fa’asalaga tau TIMS. Ua tuuina le lisi o le Vaega 2 ma le 3 i luga o la matou upega tafailagi pe fa’afesootai le matou vaega o le TIMS pe a le mautinoa le vaega o loo i totonu lau pisinisi.

Fa’amanatu mo le Vaega Lua ma le Tolu

 – Mo pisinisi uma i totonu o le Vaega Lua ma le Tolu sa le mafai ona auai mai i aoaoga ile 2020, e fa’ailoa atu o loo fa’atinoina nei e le Matagaluega ni aoaoga fa’aopopo i mataupu uma e fa’atatau ile TIMS ile Faletupe Atinae o Samoa, Potu Fono Ofisa o Lafoga Fogafale 4, fa’amolemole fa’afesootai mai le Vaega o le TIMS ile telefoni 20411 laina 338 poo le imeli ile tims@revenue.gov.ws mo aso o aoaoga ua fa’atulagaina ma fa’ailoa mai sui auai.

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OFISA SILI O LE MATAGALUEGA O TIUTE MA TUPE MAUA

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Rescheduled Commencement Dates To Comply with TIMS.

Rescheduled Commencement Dates To Comply with TIMS.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL BUSINESS TAXPAYERS RESCHEDULED COMMENCEMENT DATES TO COMPLY WITH THE TAX INVOICE MONITORING SYSTEMS (TIMS)

 

  1. The Ministry of Customs and Revenue (’MCR’) wishes to advise all taxpayers, including those already registered and listed in Groups 1 and 2 for TIMS purposes, that due to many requests for extension of time to comply with THIS, MCR has now rescheduled commencement dates for each Group as to comply with TIMS Regulations 2020 as follows:

TABLE ENGLISH VERSION

2. For taxpayers of Group 1 who had been granted time extensions on a case-by-case basis, please note that the above rescheduled commencement dates for TIMS purposes, is now our official extensions for every

3. Please kindly note that these are our FINAL time extensions for every taxpayer in each Group which you are assigned in by the Commissioner. The last column of the above table provides a very important message for all to note. Please register now and install TIMS later.

4. We welcome with much anticipation our business taxpayers who want to voluntarily comply and ready to register and commence implementation of TIMS now. You do not necessarily have to wait for your invitation out most welcome to contact us now and we will provide the support that is

5. There are a number of Point of Sale (“POS”) and E-SDC products that have been accredited and published on the Ministry’s website (revenue.gov.ws). Business with no invoicing system are strongly advised to consult the published material to select the best option that suits the nature of your business activities.

6. For those who have an invoicing system which is not yet accredited, please contact your vendor to inform them of the requirement to have their product(s) accredited. The first step for accreditation is visiting the Ministry’s website (https://www.revenue.gov.ws/sub-menu/131-accreditation) to access the manuals and sandbox for

7. Effective from date of this notice, the Commissioner will require business owners (if sole trader), the authorized partner (if partnership) and General Manager/Managing Director/Financial Controller (if company), to be the “authorized” contact person for TIMS purposes and will liaise with that authorized person only. We will no longer accept tax agents, accountants, consultants, or resellers of various POS systems, to liaise with the Ministry on specific issues relating to TIMS compliance. This will make it easier for the Ministry to explain direct our requirements to the taxpayer who is also the authorized person as to avoid miscommunication and additional costs to the taxpayer.

8. To our esteemed Businesses that have already installed TIMS and issued fiscal invoices, MCR appreciates and applaud your courage and resilience to comply despite the challenges of many factors beyond your controls. Please continue with your commended voluntarily compliance path and MCR will continue to provide the priority support and assistance that is available at any time.

9. A complete list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding all TIMS related matters is available online https://support.tims.revenue.eov.ws/

10. For more information or enquiries please contact our TIMS Support Team on email tims@revenue.gov.ws

 

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Matafeo Avalisa Viali-Fautua’alii
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
(01 September 2020)

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

FA’ASILASILAGA TAUA MO TAGATA FAIPISINISI FETU’UNAIGA TOE FAATULAGAINA O ASO AMATA MO LE TAUSISIA OLE METOTIA MO LE MATAITUINA O LAFOGA

  1. E faasilasila atu mo le mamalu o Tagata Faipisinisi uma, e aofia ai ma i latou ua maea  ona resitalaina i Vaega 1 ma le 2 mo fuafuaga o le TIMS (Tax Invoice Monitoring  System), le toe fetu’unaiga o aso amata e aloa’ia ai le tausisia o le Metotia  Faaeletoroni  mo le Mata’ituina o Tupe Maua ma Lafoga (“TIMS”), ona o le toatele o  talosaga ua tu’uina mai mo se taimi fa’aopoopo ina ia faatino ai tapenaga aua le  usita’ia o aiaiga o le TIMS. E tusa ma Vaega e Lima (5) ua faavasegaina ai tagata  faipisinisi, ua toe fetu’unai faasolosolo ai aso amata e pei ona lisiina atu i lalo:

tABLE SAMOA VERSION

2. Mo i latou o le Vaega 1 ua mae’a ona talia a latou talosaga ta’ito’atasi mo taimi  fa’aopopo, fa’amolemole silasila i le taimi fetu’unai ua tu’uina atu i luga, ua avea nei ma  taimi a1oai’a fa’aopopo mo tagata faipisinisi urna.

3. Fa’amolemole, o le a lé toe taliaina se talosaga mo taimi fa’aopopo mo so’o se isi o  Vaega ta’itasi ua fa’apea ona tu’uina iai lau pisinisi e le Komesina o Lafoga. E taua Lou  faitau manino i aiaiga ua tu’uina atu i le vaega mulimuli o le siata ua tu’uina atu i luga.  Fa’amolemole, resitala nei loa, ae amatalia mulimuli le TIMS.

4. Matou te taliaina ma le fiafia tele so’o se tagata faipisinisi ua sauni e resitala mai mo le  fa’atinoina o le TIMS, ae 1e’i o’o i lou taimi amata. E te le tau fa’atali mo le taimi e  tu’uina atu ai e le Matagaluega lou valaaulia e te resitala ma amataina ai le tausisia o  le  TIMS, ae e telè le avanoa e te afio mai lava oe, ma o le a tu’uina atu fo’i le auaunaga  fesoasoani ma le lagolago a le Matagaluega pe a mo’omia.

5. O lo’o iai masini “Point of Sale” (POS) fa’apea polokalame (E-SDC) e fa’amauina  fa’amatalaga o tupe maua ua mae’a ona pasia ma fa’alauiloaina i luga o le  upegatafa’ilagi a le Matagaluega (www.revenue.gov.ws). O pisinisi urna e le o  fa’aaogaina se masini fa’aeletoroni mo fefa’ataua’iga, ua fautuaina le aga’i i luga o  upegatafa’ilagi a le Matagaluega mo le filifiliaina o se polokalame e fetaui lelei mo lau  pisinisi.

6. Mo i latou o lo o fa’aaogaina masini e fa’amauina fa’amatalaga o tupe maua ae le’i pasia mo le TIMS fa’amolemole, vave feso’ota’i ma talanoa i lea kamupani i aiaiga e faatino ina ia mafai ai ona pasia lea polokalame mo le TIMS. Ole vaega muamua e faatino ina ia pasia ai lana polokalame, aga’i i le upegatafa’ilagi a le Matagaluega mo fa’agasologa ole fa’atinoina o tulaga ina ia agava’a ma pasia ai le Point of Sale.

7. Mai le aso o lenei fa’asilasilaga e amata fa’amamaluina ai e le Komesina le tagata faipisinisi ta’ito’atasi (sole trader), le pa’aga aloai’a (authorized partner) po’o le Pule Sili, Pule Fa’atonu, Pule Vaaia Tupe a le kamupani, e avea ma tagata aloa’ia (authorized person) o le pisinisi e feso’otaì ma le Matagaluega i taimi urna mo tapenaga, aoaoga, resitala ma isi mea, mo le TIMS. E lé toe taliaina le tu’uina mai o se sooupu o lafoga, tausitusi, faufautua po’o se tagata o 1o’o sooupu e faatauina atu masini POS, e avea ma tagata aloai’a mo le pisinisi aua feso’ota’iga mo le TIMS. Ua faia lenei tulaga ina ia faigofie i le Matagaluega ona tuu sa’o atu le fa’amatalaga manino ma le sa’o fa’apea aoaoga mo le TIMS i le tagata tonu faipisinisi, ma o le a taugofie fo’i lea mo le tagata faipisinisi.

8. Mo le mamalu o le au faipisinisi ua mae’a ona resitala, faatino ma tausisia vaega ole TIMS aemaise le tu’uina atu o risiti fa’aeletoroni mo tupe maua, e patipatia ma talisapaia ma le agaga fiafia e le Matagaluega la outou lagolagosua ma le loto toa e tausisia aiaiga o lenei tulafono fou e ui i le tele o lu’itau o lenei vaitaimi. E talosagaina pea la outou lagolagosua ina ia fa’aauau pea le fa’atinoina o le TIMS ma o le a tu’uina atu pea le tau’au fesoasoani ma le fa’amuamua a le Matagaluega i taimi e mo’omia ai.

9. Ua tapenaina fo’i e le Matagaluega se lisi o “Fesili ina Tali’ e uiga i le TIMS ma nisi vaega feso’ota’i, e mafai ona maua i luga ole upegatafa’ilagi a le Matagaluega https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws

10. Mo nisi fa’amatalaga, fa’afeso’ota’i mai le Vaega Lagolago a le TIMS i le imeli tims@revenue.gov.ws

 

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OFISA SILI O PULEGA
(01 September 2020)

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Issued Pursuant to the Tax Administration (TIMS) Regulations – TIMS Group 1 Taxpayers

Issued Pursuant to the Tax Administration (TIMS) Regulations – TIMS Group 1 Taxpayers

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

The Ministrv of Customs and Revenue (’MCR’) wishes to advise all businesses in Group 1 (as defined by the TIMS 2020 article 29, subregulation 3) that there is no extension to the compliance deadline. All Group 1 businesses need to fully comply by 1 July 2020. Failure to meet the requirements stipulated under the Tax Administration (Tax Invoice Monitoring System) Regulations 2020 will provoke penalties.

Businesses that will request an extension but have not yet completed the enrollment process will automatically be rejected because this is an indication of reluctance to comply. The enrollment is an independent process that takes very little time. It is no way connected with setting up your Electronic Fiscal Device System (“EFD”). This means that there is no reason for businesses to delay enrollment.

Only businesses that have completed the enrollment process and submitted supporting documents confirming that the delay is due to vendor’s inability to set up their EFD, or legitimate problems with obtaining the necessary hardware, will be considered for an extension by the Chief Executive Officer.

There are a number of Point of Sale (“POS”) and E-SDC products that have been accredited and published on the Ministry’s website ( revenue.gov.ws ). Businesses with no invoicing system are strongly advised to consult the published material to select the best option that suits the nature of your business activities.

Businesses that already have an invoicing system which is not yet accredited, please contact your vendor immediately to inform them of the requirement to have their product accredited. The first step for accreditation is visiting the Ministry’s website (http://localhost:8080/Ministry_of_Customs_&_Revenue/accreditation/ – accreditation ) to access the manuals and sandbox for testing.

A complete list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding all TIMS related matters are available online https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/

For more information or enquiries please contact our TIMS Support Team on email tims@revenue.eov.ws

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Matafeo Avalisa Sina Viali- Fautua’alii

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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Public Notice Issued Pursuant to the Tax Administration (TIMS) Regulations 2020

Public Notice Issued Pursuant to the Tax Administration (TIMS) Regulations 2020

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

Public Notice Issued Pursuant to the Tax Administration (Tax Invoice Monitoring System) Regulations 2020

The Ministry of Customs and Revenue (‘MCR’) wish to remind all businesses in Group 1 that in accordance with the Tax Administration (Tax Invoice Monitoring System) Regulations 2020, they are required to install the Electronic Fiscal Devices (‘EFD’) at their businesses by 1 July 2020, while others are welcome to do so voluntarily or wait for their respective Group’s deadline announcement.

 

As advised in our previous presentations, TIMS will greatly help you monitor your daily sales and during these uncertain times of COVID-19, you will be able to measure the impact on your daily sales. Having that information at real or near real time will surely help you make immediate proactive strategies to address the areas of concern instead of waiting for the financial reports from your accountants or finance team. That same information will also assist the government in identifying potential assistance if the downturn in your business operations is a direct consequence of COVD-19. Therefore, it is very important that you proceed now to comply with TIMS and not later, as eventually everyone will install EFDs as it is now enforced by legislation.

 

To ensure compliance is met in time, MCR has provided an EFD test environment to developers and manufacturers of Point of Sale (‘POS’) systems and Electronic Sales Data Controller (‘E-SDC’) devices to test before final submission for accreditation of their products. More information on accreditation process and other related resources can be found here: https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/kb/faq.php?id=56

 

We therefore urge all POS and ESDC vendors who wish to retain their existing or gain new customers to immediately register on accreditation development portal and commence accreditation process in accordance with conditions set in Schedule 3 of TIMS Regulation.

 

MCR is also collecting information from vendors who will supply smart card readers to facilitate communication with secure elements (‘smart cards’) issued to each business at the time of their enrollment for accessing Taxpayer Admin Portal (‘TAP’). The cost of this accessory ranges between ST$40 and ST$200, depending on the brand and features it offers.

 

A complete list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding all TIMS related matters are available online at: https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/kb/index.php

 

For more information or enquiries please contact our TIMS Support Team on email tims@revenue.gov.ws

 

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Matafeo Avalisa Sina Viali-Fautua’alii

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

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TIMS REGULATIONS 2020

TIMS REGULATIONS 2020

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

PUBLIC NOTICE ISSUED PURSUANT TO THE TAX ADMINISTRATION (TAX INVOICE MONITORING SYSTEM)
REGULATIONS 2020

The Ministry wishes to advise the General Public that the Tax Administration (Tax Invoice Monitoring System) Regulations 2020 (“the Regulations”) is now effective.  The Regulations has been passed to provide the legal basis for our new electronic system, TIMS, which the General Public has been made aware of by the Ministry in the past few months.

      A. Group of businesses affected

As required under regulation 29, the Ministry will specify group of businesses that will be required to comply with all legal requirements under the Regulations. The Ministry will roll out this specification in five (5) groups. They are as follows:

  • Group 1 – Click here to access the list of the first 200 businesses that will be required to adhere to legal requirements under the Regulations within time frame set out in Part B of this Notice.
  • Group 2 –Click here
  • Group 3 –To be confirmed by the Ministry.
  • Group 4 –To be confirmed by the Ministry.
  • Group 5 –To be confirmed by the Ministry.

Each Group is required to go through the main provisions of the Regulations in order to fully understand the requirements and obligations that must be complied with for a successful implementation of TIMS. 

Click here to access the main provisions of the Regulations. 

       B. Specific time for each Group of business to comply with the Regulations

As we had previously advised on, implementation of TIMS will be rolled out in five (5) phases, which means each Group is given a different time period to comply with the requirements under the Regulations.  Therefore, as required under regulation 29, each group must comply with the requirements under the Regulations no later than:

  • 1st July 2020 – Group 1
  • 1st October 2020 – Group 2
  • 1st January 2021 – Group 3
  • 1st March 2021 – Group 4
  • 1st June 2021 – Group 5

While regulation 16 provides that registration only takes place after accreditation has been granted by the Commissioner, to ensure compliance is fulfilled within the above time frame each Group is encouraged to voluntarily register now.   

      C.  Protocols for communication and data exchange

There are three (3) Protocols or Guidelines that each group of business including potential suppliers of devices needed for implementation of TIMS, need to be aware of.  Do note that these Protocols or Guidelines are recognized as part of the Regulations (schedules), which means they must be adhered to at all times.

  • Schedule 1 – Technical Guideline for Accredited POSes
  • Schedule 2 – Technical Guideline for Accredited E-SDCs
  • Schedule 3 – Technical Guideline for Accreditation Methodology                  

       D. Frequent Questions and Answers

As TIMS is a new and uncharted venture for Samoa, the Ministry has compiled a list of questions and answers to help guide each group and suppliers ensuring that you are implementing your obligations in accordance with the requirements under the Regulations.

Click here to access FAQ. 

For more information or enquiries please do not hesitate to contact the TIMS Project Team:

  • Deputy CEO-IRS; (Seumanu Ieni Sheppard), isheppard@revenue.gov.ws; telephone 20411/21561; ext 205
  • ACEO-Policy, Performance & Improvement; (Theresa Amosa Alatupe), tamosa@revenue.gov.ws; telephone 20411/21561; ext 207
  • Principal Officer – Policy, Performance & Improvement; (Semo Fepuleai), sfepuleai@revenue.gov.ws; telephone 20411/2156, ext 223

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Matafeo Avalisa Sina Viali-Fautua’alii

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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS IN ‘TIMS’ GROUP TWO (2)

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS IN ‘TIMS’ GROUP TWO (2)

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS IN ‘TIMS’ GROUP TWO (2)

As stipulated under Regulation 29 of the Tax Administration (Tax Invoice Monitoring System) Regulations 2020, the Ministry of Customs and Revenue (“the Ministry) will specify group of businesses that will be required to comply with all legal requirements under the Regulations. 

The Ministry is pleased to announce that Group Two (2) List is now available on the Ministry’s website www.revenue.gov.ws. All businesses on this list will soon receive invitation letters to attend trainings on specified dates at selected venues on how the system works with emphasis on tax compliance requirements as to avoid hefty penalties.  The sessions will also emphasize TIMS’ benefits to taxpayers, consumers and government.

Group 2 is required to go through the main provisions of the Regulations in order to fully understand the requirements and obligations that must be complied with for successful implementation of TIMS.  

Taxpayers may access the main provisions of the Regulations on the Ministry’s website https://www.revenue.gov.ws/tax-invoice-monitoring-system

As TIMS is a new and unchartered venture for Samoa, the Ministry has compiled a list of questions and answers to help guide businesses in group 2 and suppliers ensuring that you are implementing your obligations in accordance with the requirements under the Regulations. This document may also be found on the website https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/kb/index.php

For more information or enquiries please do not hesitate to contact the TIMS Project Team on; Telephone 20411 ext 338 or TIMS Support email tims@revenue.gov.ws or visit our TIMS Support website https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/

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Matafeo Avalisa Sina Viali-Fautua’alii

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Customs Services 

Ph: +685 21561 (Matautu)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box 44, Apia 

info service@revenue.gov.ws

Inland Revenue Services 

Ph: +685 20411 (Apia)

Ph: +685 51574 (Savaii)

PO Box877, Apia 

www.revenue.gov.ws

FA’ASILASILAGA TAUA MO TAGATA TOTOGI LAFOGA UMA O LOO I TOTONU O LE ‘TIMS’ VAEGA LUA (2)

E pei ona taua i lalo o le Tulafono 29 o le Tulafono Fa’atonutonu o le Fa’afoega o Lafoga (Polokalame Fa’aeleteroni e Mata’itū ai Fa’amatalaga o Oloa Fa’atau mo Lafoga) 2020, o le a fa’ailoa atu e le Matagaluega o Tiute ma Tupe Maua, le lisi o Vaega taitasi o pisinisi aua le usitaia o aiaiga ma manaoga o le Tulafono Faatonutonu.

E fiafia le Matagaluega e fa’alauiloa atu le Lisi o le Vaega Lua (2) o le TIMS ma ua tuuina lenei Lisi i luga o le upega tafailagi a le Matagaluega www.revenue.gov.ws. O pisinisi uma o loo lisinina i le Vaega Lua o le a taua’aoina atu tusi valaaulia e auai mai i a’oa’oga i aso ma nofoaga o le a taua i tusi e fa’amatala ai le fa’aaogaina o lenei metotia ma vaega moomia o le usitaia o le tulafono mo tagata totogi lafoga ina ia foia fa’asalaga. O le a fa’apea ona fa’ailoa ai ma itu lelei o le TIMS i le au totogi lafoga, tagata lautele fa’apea le Malō.

E tatau i pisinisi o lo’o i totonu o le Vaega Lua ona taga’i i vaega tāua o le Tulafono Faatonutonu ina ia malamalama i tulaga moomia ma matafaioi (tiute) a vaega taitasi aua le fa’atinoina atoatoa o lenei metotia. O le a mafai ona maua vaega taua o lenei Tulafono Faatonutonu i luga o le upega tafailagi a le Matagaluega http://localhost:8080/Ministry_of_Customs_&_Revenue/tax-invoice-monitoring-service/

Talu ai o le TIMS o se faiga fou mo Samoa, ua tuufa’atasia e le Matagaluega ni fesili ma tali e fai ma taiala i pisinisi o loo i totonu o le Vaega Lua fa’apea pisinisi o lo’o fa’atauina masini fa’aeleteroni ina ia mautinoa le atoatoa o le fa’atinoga o tiute a vaega taitasi e pei ona taua i lalo o le Tulafono. E maua

lea vaega i luga o la matou upega tafailagi  https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/kb/index.php

Mo nisi o fa’amatalaga, faamolemole fa’afesootai le Vaega a le TIMS i le telefoni 20411 laina 338 poo le TIMS  imeli  tims@revenue.gov.ws pe  asiasi i luga o le upega tafailagi a le TIMS https://support.tims.revenue.gov.ws/

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OFISA SILI O LE MATAGALUEGA O TIUTE MA TUPE MAUA

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EXTENSION FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO SUBMIT CRS REPORTS

EXTENSION FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO SUBMIT CRS REPORTS

IMPORTANT NOTICE: EXTENSION FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO SUBMIT CRS REPORTS

The Competent Authority for Samoa’s Tax Authority wishes to inform all relevant Financial Institutions that the due date for reporting CRS information returns to the Competent Authority for the Automatic Exchange of Information 2020 has been extended until 31 August 2020.

If further clarification is needed regarding this notice please email us on aeoi@revenue.gov.ws

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Matafeo Avalisa Viali-Fautuaalii

Competent Authority (Commissioner of Inland Revenue)

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