FRCS opens Labasa branch

FRCS chief executive officer Visvanath Dass and chief guest DPO Northern Uraia Nainima with Labasa FRCS staff inside their revamped office. Picture LUKE RAWALAI

AS part of its future directive the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service will implement a number of technological changes with regards too the payment of taxes qnd improving its proceses and timelines in the coming months.

Officiating at the opening of the newly revamped FRCS Labasa office, chief executive officer Visavanath Dass said they were looking into updating the areas of electronic payment and lodgement of returns.

“This will enable our taxpayers to make a payment from anywhere as long as you have internet and phone access,” he said.

“While we have imposed severe penalties and fines for tax offenders, we are committed to implement processes for ease of doing business in Fiji.

“Revenue and Customs is here to administer the tax and customs law and it is our duty to ensure fairness and consistency in application of the law thus creating a level playing field for all taxpayers.”