To improve the quality of government services, the NTA has continued to advance and innovate its services. It has actively researched and promoted the payment of non-tax revenues of the central government by remittance through diversified channels, which people may use to pay to the National Treasury. With the support of the National Treasury Bureau, Central Bank of the Republic of China, and other agencies, the NTA initiated the remittance payment initiative to ease payment realizations on June 5, 2013, shortening the time and procedures of remittance of non-tax revenues to the National Treasury, and meeting both the government's energy conservation and carbon reduction policies. The “Guidelines for Remitting Payments for Non-Tax Revenues of the Central Government” were announced on July 15, 2014, providing unified rules for all agencies.
As of the end of May 2022, there have been 262,915 remittances made, totaling about NT$752.5 billion and yielding the following benefits:
1. Firms and people can easily 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$55 million for the National Treasury.