ACCOUNTING RESOURCES

ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

IR281

Voluntary disclosure

About This Form A voluntary disclosure is when you tell us what is wrong with your tax returns before we find out in some other way. For example, you left out some income from your return or claimed expenses that you were not entitled to. Any individual, business, trust or employer can make a voluntary…

IR281P

Voluntary disclosure

About This Form A voluntary disclosure is when you tell us what is wrong with your tax returns before we find out in some other way. For example, you left out some income from your return or claimed expenses that you were not entitled to. Any individual, business, trust or employer can make a voluntary…

IR340

Weekly and fortnightly PAYE deduction tables

Employers must deduct PAYE from the earnings of employees. This booklet tells you how to work out the amount of PAYE to deduct. These weekly and fortnightly PAYE tables should be used for pay periods between 1 April 2021 and March 2022.

IR691

What are Working for Families Tax Credits?

About This Guide This is a quick guide to show you what types of payments you may be entitled to and how to apply for them. Who can receive WfFTC To be eligible for WfFTC, you must: • be aged 16 years or older and the person responsible for the day-to-day care of the children,…

IR978

What are Working for Families Tax Credits? (Chinese Version)

About this guide This is the Chinese version of the Working for Families Tax Credits. Working for Families Tax Credits are an entitlement for families with children. There are four payment types and you may qualify for one or more, depending on your family situation. When to use this guide Use this guide to find…

IR198

What is child support?

About This Guide This factsheet gives an overview of the child support scheme we administer. It includes general information for parents, or any person caring for a child who is not their own. How child support works If a carer receives a sole parent or unsupported child’s benefit from Work and Income, they’ll complete a…

IR1095

Withholder Obligation for Deducting RLWT

About This Guide If you’re a withholder you’ll deduct residential land withholding tax (RLWT) for the offshore RLWT person. Your role within the process is done when the RLWT is paid to us. When to Use This Guide This factsheet will help you work out whether you’re a withholder, if you need to deduct residential…

IR201

Working and raising a family?

About This Guide This payment depends on how much you earn, how many dependent children you have, and any shared care arrangements. You may not qualify for this payment if you receive a Foster Care Allowance, Orphans’ Benefit, Unsupported Child’s Benefit, parent’s allowance or board payments from Oranga Tamariki– Ministry for Children.   When to…

IR271

Working for Families Tax Credits 2022

About This Form The chart is useful if you have a pay rise or your hours of work have dropped – you can use the chart and see if you still fall within a payment band. How to Use This Form To get Working for Families you’ll need to: have a dependent child or children in your…

KS3

Your Introduction to KiwiSaver – Employee Information

About This Guide Explaining and giving information  to new KiwiSaver member who are qualifying to join KiwiSaver, and how to making a regular contribution to KiwiSaver. When to use this guide If you want to know more about KiwiSaver, this form includes all information you need: Eligibility criteria for joining the Kiwi-Saver Opting in kiwiSaver…

IR 589

Zero-rating of tooling costs to non-residents

About This Guide This factsheet explains the change allowing the zero-rating of tooling costs to non-residents. What is the change? New Zealand manufacturers can zero-rate the supply of tools if the tools are: • used in New Zealand solely to manufacture goods that will be exported, and • supplied to a non-GST registered non-resident. The…

Need help with accounting needs?

We are happy to help

Contact Us