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Tax declaration area - I've moved house

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Tax declaration area - I've moved house

Postby cyberguppy » 15 Feb 2016, 01:53

I moved down south to Kaohsiung.

Last year my ARC and tax jurisdiction was New Taipei. For declaring my 2015 taxes, can I do it in Kaohsiung or do I need to go all the way back there?

Or can I do it online?

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Re: Tax declaration area - I've moved house

Postby cfimages » 15 Feb 2016, 07:18

I've never had a problem just going to the place I moved too, regardless of where I was the previous year.
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