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From February 1, 2021, the maximum amount of collection of overdue payments of labor insurance premium and labor pension by convenience stores is raised to NTD 30,000

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From February 1, 2021, the maximum amount of collection of overdue payments of labor insurance premium and labor pension by convenience stores is raised to NTD 30,000

    In order to improve the convenience of the public for payments made in the convenience stores, from February 1, 2021, AEA will increase the maximum amount for payment collection. This is in regard to the overdue payments for Labor Insurance Act of Labor Pension Act regarding the labor insurance premium and labor pension enforced by the Bureau of Labor insurance in four major convenience stores. The maximum amount of each payment will be increased from NTD 20,000 to NTD 30,000.

   AEA says that as long as the overdue payment is less than NTD 30,000, the public may bring the payment notice sent by the Branches after February 1, 2021 with a barcode and pay in any of the 7-ELEVEN, Family Mart, Hi-Life, and OKmart stores before the payment deadline. The public may minimize the inconvenience of paying at the counter of financial institutions or through postal remittance, postal bills exchange, and bank transfer.

    AEA reminds the public that as of February 2021, the maximum amount of each enforcement payment of national tax, local tax, health insurance premium, labor insurance premium and labor pension collecting by convenience stores will be increased to NTD 30,000. The public may choose to go to the nearest convenience store to pay the overdue payment when receiving the payment notice with a barcode. The convenience of this implementation will save time and effort. The payment notice with barcode sent by the branches is “authentic.” The public can rest assured about paying at convenience stores and should do so by the deadline. If you do not pay the overdue payment before the payment deadline indicated on the notice, your property, such as deposit, salaries, or automobiles will be seized by the Branches. AEA hopes the public take this notice seriously and don’t let negligence lead to enforcements or impact your credit. If you have financial difficulties to pay the overdue payment in a lump sum payment, you may contact the operational staffs of each branch to apply for installment payments or transfer to social welfare and employment service institutions.

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