Object to Tax Assessment

An Objection is a communication in writing from a taxpayer to the Commissioner showing dissatisfaction with a tax decision (e.g. an assessment) raised on the taxpayer.

If you disagree with the assessment, you should object to the URA within 45 days of receipt of the notice of assessment. If you disagree with the assessment, you should object to the URA within 45 days of receipt  of the notice of assessment. A notice of objection is submitted via the URA online portal along with supporting evidence which includes an objection letter that contains the detailed grounds for the objection. 

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