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National Revenue Agency (SL-NRA)


The Taxpayer Identification Number, or TIN, is a unique computer-generated number allocated to each taxpayer, whether they are an individual, a commercial business, a Government department, public corporation, or a special body. As its name implies, the TIN identifies taxpayers for the purpose of all their tax and other revenue liabilities, including:

Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Income Tax on personal income
Corporation Tax
Capital Gains Tax
Non-tax revenues
Customs Duties
Excise Duties
Property Tax
The TIN is also required for identification in all other transactions and dealings with the NRA.

  • Coverage: SL

Find and use identifiers

Organisations receive a certificate recording their TIN. In the absence of an online, searchable list this should be the means of identification.

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