Vale tax drop-in deemed a great success

Wed 29 May 2024

A income tax drop-in held in the Vale as the first of a series of events to help people with their annual returns has been hailed as a great success.

More than 80 people turned up for the session at the Vale Douzaine Room, taking advantage of its easy access and parking, rather than having to go to Wheadon House in town to speak to Revenue Service staff. 

The Guernsey Press reports today (above) that the out-of-town drop-in proved popular and was aimed at people – not just Vale residents – who found getting to town difficult because of mobility issues. One of the main topics discussed was the length of the new paper forms, which now reflect the online ones. 

Went well
From a Vale Douzaine office perspective, the day went very well with a lot of people coming through the doors and was very well attended.

Anyone interested in hiring space at the Douzaine Room can find more information here.

Further out-of-town drop-ins are planned for St Saviour's Community Centre on Tuesday 4 June and St Martin's Parish Hall on Tuesday 18 June, both from 9am to 4pm, and people are asked not to arrive too early to avoid waiting outside. 

Sessions for customers who would like help with filing their personal tax return online are also being held at Edward T. Wheadon House from 8:45am to 4pm at the customer counter on level 3 on the following dates:

  • 10 June, 8 July, 12 August, 9 September, 7 October, 11 November and 16 December.

More detail details on these events can be found at www.gov.gg/onlinetaxhelp

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