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The Contributions Network Project (CNP) is an initiative of the Ministry of Finance for the electronic submission of returns and epayment of tax and contributions. It allows submission with confidentiality and security while eliminating paper returns/ payments, and physical movement to Government Departments.

The following returns and corresponding taxes are submitted to the Mauritius Revenue Authority.

• Value Added Tax
• Pay As You Earn
• Corporate Tax (Companies, Banks, Insurance, Trusts)
• Tax Deduction at Source
• Passenger Fee
• Advance Payment Scheme
• Gaming and Betting Tax
• Racing

The following contributions are submitted to the Ministry of Social Security.

• National Pension Fund
• National Solidarity Fund
• HRDC Contributions
  • M_03062015 ; Notice to Tax Payers

    APS and CTX deadlines

    Further to Finance Act 2015, the following changes have been brought to due dates pertaining to APS and Corporate Income Tax.

    a. Where the APS quarter ends in March, the due date for submission of the APS Statement and payment of Tax shall be 2 days, excluding Saturdays and public holidays , before the end of June

    Corporate Tax
    b. Where the accounting period ends in the month of December, the due date for the Submission of the return and payment of tax shall be 2 days, excluding Saturdays and public holidays, before the end of June

    MNS (03/06/2015)

  • N_14012015 ; Notice to Tax Payers

    NPF/NSF Ceilings

    MSS (14/01/2015)

  • M_19122014 ; Notice to Tax Payers

    Surcharge on Unpaid MNS Invoices

    Click here to view/download the notice

    MNS (19/12/2014)

  • M_01012012 ; Notice to Tax Payers

    Cut off time for payments to avoid penalties and interest

    Commercial banks have a cut off time
    of 15:00 on the last date return
    and payment are due.

    Users are informed that where a return with tax payable is submitted on the last date on which it is due, it should be sent well before 15:00 hrs in order to allow banks to effect payment on the same day.

    We recommend that the return be sent at least 15 minutes before 15:00 hrs.

    Penalty and interest would apply where payment is received after the due date.

    MNS (01/01/2012)