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The Barbados Revenue Authority has advised that there are two options currently available for making payments during the curfew period.

Although all locations of the Authority are currently closed to the public, payments may be made either by cheque or online banking.

Cheque payments may be made via the drop box at the entrance of the Weymouth Corporate Centre in Roebuck Street. Payments using this method must be placed in a sealed envelope and must be accompanied by the Electronic Payment Advice (EPA) or a note detailing the TIN or Map Reference Number, tax type and tax period or tax year.

Alternately, taxpayers may make payments through their online banking platform by adding the Barbados Revenue Authority as a payee for transferring funds.  The Authority’s account details may be found here (click the icon Wire Transfers.

Taxpayers are also asked to note that Land Tax payments may be made online using EZpay+, the Cave Shepherd Mobile App, SurePay Online, and as a bill payment through online banking.

The Authority looks forward to the public’s cooperation in using these available options as it works to maintain a safe environment for everyone

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