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The Mauritius Revenue Authority has joined the bandwagon of the latest social networking site to provide you with the latest updates on the new measures, changes to legislations and reminders of upcoming due dates by simply clicking on


Twitter ( is an information network that is used by millions of people, organizations and businesses around the world to share new information. It's about short, sharp updates called tweets, in the style of an SMS message – 140 characters or less.

We offer the possibility for every tweeter to follow us and invite your friends to do so. You can take a look at our Twitter page before following us at


For security purposes, when accessing an MRA web page from Twitter, copy the MRA URL and paste it into the address bar of your internet browser. Check the URL begins with


Why follow MRA?


By following us, you can expect to know about a range of issues including:

  • alerts about new content on our other digital channels such as news, publications, publicity campaigns, etc
  • information about our latest initiatives.




If you follow us on Twitter, we will NOT follow you back.




We will update and monitor our Twitter page during office hours, Monday to Friday. Exceptionally, we may monitor our twitter page during week-ends, depending on MRA activities. Twitter may occasionally be unavailable and we accept no responsibility for lack of service due to Twitter downtime.


Suggestion & interaction


We welcome feedback and ideas from our followers. However, we're not able to reply individually to all messages we receive via Twitter.

We read all @replies and direct messages and make sure any emerging themes or helpful suggestions are passed on to the right people. We can only discuss general tax topics on Twitter.

For specific enquiries about tax matters, do not contact us using Twitter. Rather, use the contact us details on our website.




We never ask for confidential details, like your tax file number, via Twitter. Do not respond to any such requests. Report them to us at