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10 Feb 2021

ST. GEORGE'S, GRENADA, 10TH FEBRUARY, 2021: The Inland Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance and the Licence Department of the Royal Grenada Police Force are encouraging drivers and vehicle owners to utilise the online platform to pay for licences this inspection season.

Users are assured that paying online is safe, secure and simple and will help avoid long lines and facilitate observance of COVID-19 protocols. The platform can be accessed using pay.gov.gd on multiple devices including desktop or laptop computers, tablets and cell phones. Payment can be made using a debit or credit card.

Once payment is complete on the website pay.gov.gd, an electronic receipt will be made available online and drivers and vehicles owners can pick up their decal/sticker at the various inspection points.

Licensees are reminded to have their original motor vehicle insurance policy and current inspection certificate to complete the process. Inspection points are located in each parish and service is available from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. as follows:

INSPECTION DAYS

PARISH

INSPECTION POINTS

Monday-Friday

Carriacou

Carriacou Police Station

Monday-Friday

St. George

Dusty Highway

Thursday and Friday

St. David

St David Police Station

Monday and Tuesday

St. John

Gouyave Police Station

Wednesday

St. Mark

Victoria Police Station

Thursday and Friday

St. Patrick

Fire Station, La Fortune

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

St. Andrew

Pearls Airport

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For further information, please contact Inland Revenue Division, Ministry of Finance via telephone: 435-1905 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Also follow us on Instagram @grenadainlandrevenue and our YouTube page, Inland Revenue Division Grenada.

07 Jan 2021
St. George’s, Grenada, 7th, January 2021: The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) advises the public that all licences except motor vehicle licences are due for payment annually on January 7th.
 
ALL Professionals are therefore encouraged to pay their licences on or before January 7th 2021. These include:
· Accountants
· Architects
· Auctioneers
· Auditors
· Barristers/Lawyers/Solicitors
· Building Contractors
· Commercial Travellers
· Commission Agents
· Engineers
· Pharmacists
· Real Estate Agents
· Surveyors
· Wiremen
 
The public is reminded that a person liable to acquire a licence under the Licences Act Cap 172, who neglects to do so, shall be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $500. Failure to pay by January 7th, 2021 will also affect their access to other government services.
 
In all cases, the full licence fee shall be paid annually.
 
The Inland Revenue Division thanks the public for continued cooperation and encourages persons to stay committed to their obligations.
 
 
Comptroller
Inland Revenue Division

 

24 Aug 2020

St. George's, Grenada,Monday 24th August, 2020:The Inland Revenue Division is pleased to announce that Property Tax can now be paid online via pay.gov.gd just in time for the final payment deadline for 2020 which is just a few days away, on August 31st, 2020.

 
Property owners who have not paid their 2020 Property Tax to date can now use pay.gov.gd before the deadline to avoid penalty and interest from being added to their accounts.
 
Pay.gov.gdcaters for a swifter and easier way of paying Property Tax.  Recently, the platform was launched to create greater ease for motor vehicle and licence payments along with other government fees.
 
This method of payment would facilitate property owners in the diaspora who are not able to travel home to pay their taxes this year due to the Covid 19 pandemic.
 
Property Tax should be paid no later than Monday August 31st, since the August 29th deadline falls on a Saturday. NB: When the deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Public Holiday, the last day for payment would be the next working day.
 
After August 31st, a one-off penalty of 20% of the amount owing will be applied to unpaid accounts.  Taxpayers are also reminded that for every month the tax remains unpaid 1.5% interest will be applied to their account.
 
Meanwhile the IRD is making a special appeal to property owners who have not been receiving Demand Notices to visit the Inland Revenue Division to update their information.  This would assist the IRD in reducing the quantum of unclaimed Demand Notices that are returned to the Division.
 
NB: All property owners except owners with land classified as Agricultural are obligated by law to pay Property Tax.
 
 
 
Comptroller
Inland Revenue Division
25 Jun 2020
St. George's, Grenada, 25th June, 2020: The Ministry of Finance through the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) continues to explore innovative ways of making the process of paying taxes, stress- free.
 
Taxservices.gov.gd and pay.gov.gd are available for a safer, easier, faster, more convenient and reliable way of doing business.
 
Persons in the diaspora currently using Wire Transfer to pay their taxes are encouraged to use these online platforms at no extra cost.
 
Taxpayers can register to become an e-user and pay taxes using their credit or debit cards. All taxes (except PIT) can be paid and filed using taxservices.gov.gd.  Additionally, Motor Vehicle Registration, Driver’s Licences and other government services can be paid using pay.gov.gd.
 
Please note that persons wishing to continue using Wire Transfers are reminded there is a bank-processing cost attached to that service, which varies depending on the currency as follows: USD$23, CAD$23, GBP$11.50, EURO $11.50. However, there is no cost for this transaction for persons within the OECS.
 
Taxpayers using Wire Transfers are required to provide as much as is possible, to complete the processing of their payments in a timely manner, including:-
 
  • The full name as registered with the IRD.
  • Tax Account Number and/or Cadastral number. (For Property Tax).
  • Tax type and period.
 
Customers are encouraged to use the online platforms as a preference to Wire Transfers.
 
IRD Striving For Greater Tax Payer Compliance.
 
 
Comptroller
Inland Revenue Division

 

18 Jun 2020
ST. GEORGE'S, GRENADA, Tuesday, 17th June, 2020: The Ministry of Finance continues to implement initiatives to facilitate improved access to its services and reduce the inconvenience of long lines at its cash offices throughout the tri-island state.  
 
A new portal pay.gov.gd has been created to enable customers to pay Motor Vehicle Registration/Inspection fees as well as Drivers Licences online as part of continued partnership between the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) and the Royal Grenada Police (RGPF).
 
This new payment option, is in keeping with the IRD’s new strategic focus of building a more Customer-Centric Organisation by delivering efficient services to its valued taxpayers, as well as improving taxpayer compliance.
 
In 2020 the IRD was able to implements multiple payment options including wire and electronic funds transfers via its e-services platform.
 
This most recent platform: “pay.gov.gd”, is easy to use, reliable and secure and patrons are encouraged to make full use of this time saving opportunity.
 
Comptroller
Inland Revenue Division

 

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District Revenue Offices

  Sauteurs, St. Patrick:   
 +1 (473) 442-9324
 
  Grenville, St. Andrew:  
 +1 (473) 442-7446/6904
 
  Gouyave, St. John:  
 +1 (473) 444-8231
 
  Victoria, St. Mark:  
 +1 (473) 444-8425
 
  St. David:  
 +1 (473) 444-6243
 
  Carriacou:  
 +1 (473) 443-7388
 

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