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1. Paying my labor insurance premium at the bank is time-consuming. Are there any other alternative, more convenient ways of making my payment?

In addition to offering the over the counter payment option, the Bureau of Labor Insurance provides the following channels to facilitate your payment process:

  1. Direct deduction by financial institutions: You could apply for direct deduction of premium payments by completing the "Direct Deduction Agreement Form" at the financial institutions designated by the Bureau of Labor Insurance and bringing with you your seal (which you used when opening your bank account), passbook, and payment receipt. After you have completed the application procedure, your insurance premium will be deducted every month.
  2. Online payment: Currently, 14 financial institutions offer online banking services, including Bank of Taiwan, Land Bank, Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Taipei Fubon Bank, Sunny Bank, Yuanta Bank, Mega International Commercial Bank, Taiwan Business Bank, Hua Nan Bank, Chang Hwa Bank, Bank of Kaohsiung, E. Sun Bank, COTA Commercial Bank, and Chinatrust Commercial Bank. If you have an ATM card reader device, you can complete your payment through online ATM service provided by 15 financial institutions, including Bank of Taiwan (limited to IC cards issued by Bank of Taiwan), Union Bank of Taiwan, Land Bank, Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Taipei Fubon Bank, Yuanta Bank, Mega International Commercial Bank, Taiwan Business Bank, Hua Nan Bank, First Bank, Chang Hwa Bank, Bank of Kaohsiung, Chunghwa Post Co. Ltd. (limited to Chunghwa IC cards), E. Sun Bank, and COTA Commercial Bank.
  3. Payment at convenience stores: Since January 1, 2011, the Bureau of Labor Insurance has begun issuing payment invoices for insurance premium. Insured units whose premium is less than NT$30,000 may pay their premium at Taiwan's four major convenience stores (7-11, Family Mart, Hi-Life, and OK), where a handling fee of NT$4 is charged per payment made.
Last Update:2021-02-17
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