Upcoming Changes With Respect To Affecting Vat And Income Tax Payments

The customer care service of the Office of the Commissioner for Revenue has moved to Business 1st, Centru Joseph Grech, 2nd Floor, Cobalt House, Notabile Road, Mriehel BKR 3000. Cheques should now be made payable to Maltapost and if sent by post, these need to be addressed to Maltapost plc, P.O. Box 2296, Qormi Road, Marsa.

Online payments can be affected through the following link: https://cfr.gov.mt/en/onlinepayments/Pages/Online-Payments.aspx

The VAT department has also announced the closing of its cash office which will continue to function during the usual opening hours until 30th April 2018. Following this date any returns and payments are to be made online or sent by post to P.O. Box 2296 or taken in person to any Malta Post branch.

Online payments may be affected in 3 ways.

Option 1: After submitting the VAT return online

After submitting your VAT return you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt by email to the address specified in your e-ID account and be directed to the Tax Period Statement screen which will show the VAT return as Submitted Online. You may follow the on-screen link to make an online payment. 


Option 2: Internet banking payment

The VAT return payment can be made through the Internet Banking Facility provided through the local banks websites as follows:

  • Internet Banking service of HSBC Malta plc.
  • BOV 24X7 Services of Bank of Valletta plc.
  • Internet Banking of APS Bank

It is important to quote the payment reference number shown on the VAT return when using this method of payment. In the absence of the payment reference number it is important to quote the VAT number and VAT period.


Option 3: Bank Transfer

Online payment may be submitted through a bank transfer using the following bank details:


IBAN: MT55MALT011000040001EURCMG5001H


Bank: Central Bank of Malta