January 14: Everest Bank has started online tax payment effective from January 12.
The bank said in a statement that it has launched the Online Inland Revenue Tax Payment System in association with Financial Comptroller General Office (FCGO) and with technical collaboration of Fonepay.
The bank expressed its belief that this electronic payment method will benefit the people at large and will eliminate the hassle and lengthy process of visiting tax offices for tax payments during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Online Inland Revenue Tax Payment System was digitally inaugurated jointly by GK Negi, CEO of Everest Bank, and Ram Sharan Pudasaini, Revenue Secretary at the Finance Ministry, considering the outbreak of the COVID-19.
Everest Bank said it has a customer base of over 1.1 million and is providing banking services through a network of 100 branches, 33 revenue collection counters, and 132 ATMs across the country.