Convenience of online payment setup
CardUp gives you the convenience of making your payment directly to the tax authorities online, unlike other credit card options that require manual form submission with the payment going back to your bank account, which means you still need an additional step of actually getting the payment into your tax account.
While setting up your tax payment, CardUp automatically inputs your tax number from your linked NRIC in your registered account, thus eliminating any chances of error. To ensure you pay the right amount, your payment is also only processed when you enter the exact outstanding amount in your Notice of Assessment.
Furthermore, there is no need to inform the tax authorities separately after making the payment. Payment will automatically be reflected in your myTax portal account within 3-5 business days.
From income tax, property tax to business tax, you can use CardUp for many of your big recurring payments to the tax authorities as well. Moreover, CardUp accepts all Visa, MasterCard and American Express cards.
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Secure payments and trusted by customers
Payment security is definitely one of CardUp’s biggest priorities. All payments are processed with bank-level security and your information is protected with 128-bit encryption and physical security in the same way that banks do. In addition, the payment gateway is PCI-DSS Compliant – CardUp does not store full card numbers and other sensitive details.
Furthermore, all funds processed through CardUp are held in a safeguarded client money account and these funds, when being delivered to your recipients, are never retained for more than 3 hours.
CardUp has managed more than $100 million worth of personal and business transactions for customers in the past few years, and is trusted by customers for their big payments.
How to get started:
1. Sign up for a free account.
2. Log in, schedule a payment, and select Income Tax under the Taxes & Stamp Duty payment category
3. Fill in the payment amount as per the outstanding tax balance as shown in your Statement of Account. Do note that you can only set up a one-off tax payment to the tax authorities via CardUp each fiscal year.
4. Select the payment due date. Tax payments can only be set up within a fixed period each month to allow the tax authorities sufficient time to process your payment.
5. Your payment reference number is automatically pulled from the NRIC number registered on your CardUp account. This prevents any erroneous payments to the wrong tax accounts not tied to your own NRIC.
You are also required to upload an up-to-date copy of your Statement of Account, showing your Name, NRIC, Outstanding balance and Date of outstanding balance for us to verify your payment.
6. Select your credit card, review and confirm your payment, and you’re all good to go!
This article was first published on CardUp.
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