Promote paying non-tax revenues by remittance to the National Treasury to improve the efficiency of government finance.
To improve the quality of government services, the National Treasury Administration has continued to refine and innovate its services. It has actively studied and promoted the payment of non-tax revenues of the central government by remittances to the National Treasury. This has broadened the channels which people may use to make payments. With the support of the National Treasury Bureau, Central Bank of the Republic of China, and other agencies, we initiated the payment by remittance initiative on June 5, 2013 to make it easier for people to make payments, shorten the time and procedures of remittances of non-tax revenues to the National Treasury, and meet the government's energy conservation and carbon reduction policy. The administration was announced on July 15, 2014 “Guidelines for Remitting Payments for Non-Tax Revenues of the Central Government” to provide unified rules for all agencies to follow.
Through the end of September 2019, 141,677 remittances totaling about NT$508.3 billion have been made, yielding the following benefits.
1. It makes it easy for firms and people to go to a nearby financial institution to remit their payments.
2. Online account reconciliation simplifies accounting treatment at agencies and meets the energy conservation and carbon reduction policy.
3. It shortens the time and procedures of remittances to the National Treasury, resulting in a reduction of interest burdens of about NT$42 million for the National Treasury.