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Public notices

The guidance held in most public notices published by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is also true for Isle of Man registered traders. There are a number of notices that are pertinent only to Isle of Man traders and these can be downloaded on this page. The HMRC web site has a comprehensive list of notices and forms, many of which are available electronically and a link to this site is provided on this page.

Manx notices:



Imports and exports

  • Notice 9011 MAN - Carrying or sending cash in and out of the Island
  • Notice 279F MAN - Firearms – Movement of Firearms and Offensive Weapons – the import into, and export from the Isle of Man.
  • Notice 143 MAN - A guide for international postal users

Powers and appeals

Data Protection Act 2002

IOM Customs and Excise collects information in order to administer the taxes for which it is responsible (such as VAT, excise duties, air passenger duty), and for detecting and preventing crime.

Where the law permits we may also get information about you from third parties, or give information to them, for example in order to check its accuracy, prevent or detect crime or protect public funds in order ways. These third parties may include the police, other government departments and agencies.

Notice 910 MAN contains details of how Treasury may use information collected by Customs and Excise including how certain data may be made publicly available in relation to imports and exports.

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