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ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA (DATE): Friday, July 05, 2013: The Government of Grenada is officially launching the Front End Tax E-Services system to enable taxpayers to do business with the Inland Revenue Division in an online environment.

It is intended that with the implementation of this system on July 8th 2013, taxpayers can Register, File and make payments using the online environment, from anywhere in the world.

The launch will comprise of a formal ceremony commencing at 8:30am and an open house exposition until 6:00pm to be held at the Grenada Trade centre, Morne Rouge, St. George and can be viewed live at www.gtcfm.com The Prime Minister of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique along with other Officials will be the first individuals to create E-User registration accounts.

Taxpayers and individuals are encouraged to visit the exposition, where demonstrations on how to register to become E-Users of the system. The use of the system would enable them to do business with the Division in a fast and efficient manner.

It is anticipated that during the early stage of implementation, a heavy influx of emails and messages will be transmitted through the system. As a result, minor delays may occur and the Division is encouraging individuals to familiarize themselves with the contact information for the Help Desk which will be available to deal with any difficulties that may arise during the implementation phase of this new system.

During the period July 8th to 31st the Division will be focusing on E-User registration and will be conducting a series of PR campaigns to facilitate the process.

For further information, copies of brochures and other information can be found on the IRD website www.ird.gov.gd

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