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  • Key Tax Dates

    If a due date falls on a weekend or public holiday you can file and/or pay your taxes on the next business day without incurring penalties.  Payments must be received by the IRD on or before the due date otherwise they will be considered late.

    Payments can be made either by cheque or electronically.  If you are making payments electronically please ensure you have the correct IRD number, tax type and tax period so that the payment is credited to the correct tax account.  

    PROVISIONAL TAX REVIEW – Prior to the 3rd instalment falling due, we are able to undertake a review of your last 12 months trading to consider if a alternative tax payment can or should be made to adjust up or down so it is more in line with what we expect the actual tax to be, especially if there are significant changes to the 2018 trading year.  Once the GST return is completed for February/March 2018 we can obtain the appropriate information from your GST records. 

    We will contact you early April 2018 with a reminder, so please let us know if you would like this completed on your behalf.

    KIWISAVER – To be eligible for the full member tax credit of $521.43 automatically you have to contribute at least $1,042.86 a year. Only your contributions count. 

    If you have not yet contributed the minimum amount we suggest that you arrange a voluntary contribution early June 2018 to ensure your credits are transferred to your KiwiSaver fund by the due date.