MRA Mauritius

The Electronic Current Payment System (E-CPS) launched in Mauritius

02 Jun 2011,

MRA introduces new e-tax payment system

The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) launched the Electronic Current Payment System (E-CPS), a new online service, on Wednesday. The new website is part of the MRA’s initiative to encourage more taxpayers to complete their returns online. Professionals in private practice and those involved in rental market are concerned by this quarterly exercise. Three criteria are [...]

02 Jun 2011, The Independent Daily

20 electronic tax-payers got prizes

MRA compensates 20 electronic tax returns

25 May 2011,

MRA compensates 20 electronic tax returns

Bhavna Haulooman scooped Rs50,000 for filing her 2011 tax returns electronically. She is one of the twenty to have won the lottery organised by the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA). The lots were drawn on Monday in the presence of the the minister of Information and Communication Technology, Tassarajen Pillay Chedumbrum.”The government vision is to make [...]

25 May 2011, The Independent Daily

Mauritius Revenue Authority is looking for intl experience

Cost reduction is achieved at the expense of quality

13 May 2011,

Customs chief leaving the MRA

Mr Mendes leave the MRA at the end of this month

10 May 2011,

MRA on trail of tax evaders

The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) says it has a list of suspected tax evaders, who they are closely monitoring. According to a senior officer from the MRA, most of those suspected of tax evasion have not yet submitted their tax returns. As of March 31 the deadline for the submission of income tax forms by [...]

04 Apr 2011, The Independent Daily

40000 tax e-filers so far

29 Mar 2011,

MRA eyes Rs 52 bn in tax returns

The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) expects to collect around Rs 52 billion from tax returns for financial year 2010-11. This was announced by MRA director general Sudhamo Lal at a press conference held at Link Ebène City Hotel, Ebène, on Friday. Lal also said that the deadline for taxpayers to submit their return form online [...]

19 Mar 2011, The Independent Daily

The Mauritius Revenue Authority expects about 60% of taxpayers to file their returns this year through the Internet

Last year the figure was 40%, but the MRA wants more e-filing and is introducing incentives. For instance, if the taxpayer misses the March 31 deadline but is an e-filer... Read more »

10 Mar 2011, KotZot

Income Tax : l’e-filing à plein régime à la MRA

La douloureuse pour la Year of Assessment 2011 arrive, mais pour la présente édition, la Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) privilégie la filière électronique par rapport à la voie postale. En... Read more »

18 Feb 2011, KotZot

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