Finance Ministry Launches Annual Tax Summary eBulletin for Public Employees

The Minister of Finance in Cameroon has announced the availability of the annual tax summary ebulletin for public employees. This new measure aims to simplify the annual income tax declaration process for the year 2023.

Public sector employees can now access their annual salary summary, including their earnings and tax withholdings for 2023, via the “eBulletin” platform.

This summary can be viewed online at www.ebulletin.minfi.cm or through the “nGomna” app, available for download from the Play Store or App Store.

The introduction of the eBulletin system is a significant step towards digitalizing tax administration and providing convenient services to public sector employees.

In addition to public sector employees, the Minister of Finance has urged private sector employers and parapublic entities to provide their employees with annual pay summaries for the past year. This initiative is part of the government’s broader efforts to enhance transparency and compliance in the tax declaration process.

The deadline for submitting the annual income tax declaration for the 2023 tax year is set for June 30, 2024. To assist taxpayers in meeting this deadline, the Ministry has established an online and remote support system.

The Directorate General of Taxes’ Call Center can be reached at 8200, and further assistance is available through the “helpdesk” platform at www.support.harmony2.cm.

This initiative reflects the government’s commitment to facilitating tax compliance and providing citizens with the necessary tools to fulfill their tax obligations efficiently.

By making the annual tax summary bulletin easily accessible, the Ministry of Finance aims to ensure a smoother tax declaration process for all.

The introduction of the eBulletin platform marks a significant advancement in Cameroon’s tax administration. By streamlining access to annual tax summaries and providing robust support, the Ministry of Finance is enhancing the overall efficiency of the tax system.

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