Jersey's government is looking for islanders to give their views on its tax and spending plans.
The Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel wants the public to make their opinions known on the tax rises put forward in the Government Plan, as well as suggesting where tax money should be spent on the island.
The Government Plan, which is due to be debated in the States in November, includes rises in fuel duty to help tackle climate change as well as rises in tax on alcohol and tobacco.
The government plans to spend £914 million on infrastructure and public services in 2020 under the plan. Expenditure will increase to over £1 billion by 2023.
The Panel's chair, Senator Kristina Moore says it is important for the public to make their views on the plan known.
Islanders can give their views by commenting on the States Assembly social media pages, via the States Assembly website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.