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When filing a tax return, you may find the payment record of your labor insurance premiums through multiple channels.

The time for filing the annual income tax return is coming. An insured person under the labor insurance scheme may search for his/her premiums payment record in the following ways:

a. According to the statistics of the National Taxation Bureau, approximately 87 % of the taxpayers may successfully complete the filing procedure without obtaining a hard copy of any income voucher. In response to the amended Income Tax Act, which specifies that the issuance of various kinds of vouchers for income tax may be exempted, the Bureau of Labor Insurance (BLI) has provided the Fiscal Information Agency, Ministry of Finance, with individual taxpayers’ annual payment records of labor insurance premiums. So if an insured person chooses to enumerate his expenses when filing a tax return on line, the system will automatically show the total amount of the premiums paid by him over the past year, thus saving him the trouble of searching for his labor insurance premiums payment record by himself. If an insured person files a tax return by filling out a printed form manually, then during the period of time for filing an individual income tax return and by means of his Citizen Digital Certificate, he may search for his personal payment record on the BLI website or the website of the Fiscal Information Agency, Ministry of Finance, and print it out. Otherwise, he may directly ask the tax collecting authorities for such a record.

b. It is required that the insured unit that deducted the insured person’s labor insurance premiums from his wages/salary over the past year should issue a certificate of payment to the insured person, so that he may list it as an expense when filing his annual income tax return.

PreviousTo safeguard the rights and interests of the survivor(s) of a deceased worker, the Bureau of Labor Insurance takes the initiative to notify the survivors of a worker who died over 4 years, advising them to claim his/her labor pension. NextAs the basic wage will be raised to NT$19,273 on July 1, 2014, the Bureau of Labor Insurance is going to start the operations of labor insurance and labor pension direct adjustment as well as proactively check the insurance salaries and the contribution wages, so that the rights and interests of workers may be safeguarded.
Last Update:2014-05-09