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News 2019

Update & Win Promotion Winners

April 26, 2019

Three (3) taxpayers were today rewarded for updating their information with the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service. As part of the Helping Fiji Grow Campaign, the tax office has introduced an update and win initiative for $1000 and a Lap top bundle with Telecom Fiji which taxpayers can go into the draw to win simply...

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FRCS Engages Stakeholders for NTIS Rollout

April 24, 2019

Effective 1st August 2019, the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) will be migrating to a New Tax Information System (NTIS) which is a self-service tax system that operates on an online platform. It is designed to assist the tax office to provide a wider range of tax services and more importantly it allows taxpayers...

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Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) Technologies at Suva Wharf

April 18, 2019

The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) and Biosecurity Authority of Fiji (BAF) will be using Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) Technologies at Suva Wharf to conduct inspections, effective from Tuesday 23rd April 2019. Our fight against the harmful pest, diseases and illegal materials entering our country has driven the need for advanced NII technologies to help...

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Customer Compliance Award

March 22, 2019

The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) launched its Customer Compliance Award (CCA) program today to reward customers who will scan the QR code on fiscal receipts using the FRCS Receipt verificator application. Customers can now win instant Vodafone top-up when they scan the QR code using the FRCS receipt verificator. “With the prize pool...

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$1.3 Billion Sales captured through EFD

March 22, 2019

Subsequent to the implementation of the Electronic Fiscal Device (EFD) Regulation in 2017, the Revenue and Customs has 52.3 million fiscalised receipts in its database with an estimated sales record of $1.3 billion dollars. The Revenue and Customs has also recorded $100 million dollars in gross VAT and $3.5 million in Plastic Bag Levy through...

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Sub-Regional Workshop on Risk and Compliance

March 18, 2019

A week long Sub-Regional workshop on Risk and Compliance got underway at the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service Regional Training Centre, Nasese, Suva this morning. Organized by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and funded by the Japan Customs, the workshop will provide opportunities to identify common mitigating strategies and share best practices, experiences, methods and...

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FRCS response to EU

March 15, 2019

In response to the European Union Code of Conduct Group’s recent labelling of Fiji as a non-cooperative jurisdiction, the Fiji Revenue & Customs Service (FRCS) would like to clarify that the move will prove largely symbolic, having virtually no impact on the extremely minimal EU trade and investment in the country. The EU’s decision was...

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Telecom partners with Revenue and Customs for Information Update Promotion

March 5, 2019

Taxpayers can now win attractive prizes when they fill in their information update form or update their information with Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS). This after the Revenue and Customs signed an agreement with Telecom Fiji Limited in a bid to attract taxpayers to update their current information with us. All you have to...

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Australian Border Force Commissioner visits FRCS

January 23, 2019

The Commissioner of the Australian Border Force, Mr. Michael Outram, met the Fiji Revenue and Customs Chief Executive Officer Mr. Visvanath Das at the Revenue and Customs complex this afternoon. Mr. Outram’s visit follows the visit by the Australian Prime Minister, Honorable Scott Morrison last week where he announced the new border security assistance package...

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Importation of Stolen Vehicles Racket Exposed

January 10, 2019

Fiji Revenue & Customs Service has intercepted stolen vehicles imported into Fiji for the purpose of resale. Over the past week, two motor vehicles that were reported stolen in New Zealand were smuggled into the country under the guise of spare parts and furniture but was intercepted at Lautoka Wharf by Custom Officers. Interceptions of...

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