Two tax offices in Portland and St Mary will remain closed tomorrow as the clean-up continues in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) yesterday announced that the offices in Annotto Bay and Buff Bay suffered roof and water damage during the hurricane.
"Customers are directed to use the Port Maria or Port Antonio tax offices as alternative locations to conduct business," said the TAJ as it noted that further assessments will be carried out before a decision is made on a date for the reopening of the two offices.
The TAJ also advised that its customers may still experience delays and inconvenience at several other locations, particularly the tax offices in St Thomas, Portland and St Mary.
"However, every effort is being made to return to normalcy at the entire network of 29 tax offices and other offices that serve the public, in the shortest possible time," said the TAJ.