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7. According to regulations, persons who have been laid off but continued to participate in labor insurance must apply for labor insurance premium direct deduction. Why did they not receive payment receipts from the Bureau every month?

Persons who have been laid off but continued to participate in labor insurance are considered to be individual entities and therefore, unlike typical insured units (companies and corporations) whose records must be maintained on a daily basis, will not receive payment receipts from the Bureau on a monthly basis. The Bureau of Labor Insurance will at the end of March every year, provide the National Taxation Bureau with the insured persons' annual payment information. Should you need payment proof for taxation purpose, please use your proof of a natural person and visit our website for enquiries. Alternatively, you could enquire and print the required payment proof by visiting our local offices in person with your ID card and seal, or directly call our service hotline at 02-2396-1266 ext. 3111 to apply for the issuance of payment proof.

Last Update:2022-04-20
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