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29 August 2014 Goods and services tax (GST) return
  Complete this return to work out how much GST you must pay or how much you will be refunded.

A better way to file your GST return is through myIR Secure Online Services.

This new service allows you to file your GST return or GST and provisional tax return through myIR. The form will be pre-populated with your personal information and tailored to your situation so you'll only be asked to complete sections relevant to your situation.
28 August 2014 Charitable organisations
  Charitable organisations are organisations (whether incorporated or not) that carry out charitable activities or exist exclusively for charitable purposes. A charitable organisation needs to be registered by Charities Services to receive tax exemptions.
28 August 2014 Child support liability calculator
  This calculator is used to work out your child support liability. It will take 5 minutes to complete.
28 August 2014 Child support liability calculator
  This calculator is used to work out your child support liability. It will take 5 minutes to complete.
28 August 2014 Child support liability calculator
  This calculator is used to work out your child support liability. It will take 5 minutes to complete.
27 August 2014 Estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits
  This calculator helps you estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
27 August 2014 Estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits
  This calculator helps you estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
27 August 2014 Estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits
  This calculator helps you estimate your Working for Families Tax Credits from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
27 August 2014 Child support - nights per year calculator
  This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. From 1 April 2015, the child support formula recognises a parent's ongoing daily care of their child (or children) when care is 28% or more of the time. Parents and non-parent carers, eg, grandparents, can receive child support when they provide ongoing daily care for a child (or children) for at least 35% of the time. This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. The results are based on the information you've provided and don't guarantee recognised care will be accepted.
27 August 2014 Child support - nights per year calculator
  This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. From 1 April 2015, the child support formula recognises a parent's ongoing daily care of their child (or children) when care is 28% or more of the time. Parents and non-parent carers, eg, grandparents, can receive child support when they provide ongoing daily care for a child (or children) for at least 35% of the time. This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. The results are based on the information you've provided and don't guarantee recognised care will be accepted.
27 August 2014 Child support - nights per year calculator
  This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. From 1 April 2015, the child support formula recognises a parent's ongoing daily care of their child (or children) when care is 28% or more of the time. Parents and non-parent carers, eg, grandparents, can receive child support when they provide ongoing daily care for a child (or children) for at least 35% of the time. This calculator helps you work out the total number of nights in a 12-month period you have a child (or children) in your care. The results are based on the information you've provided and don't guarantee recognised care will be accepted.
27 August 2014 Child support - liability/entitlement calculator
  This calculator helps you estimate the child support you may pay or receive using the new formula which applies from 1 April 2015.
27 August 2014 Child support - liability/entitlement calculator
  This calculator helps you estimate the child support you may pay or receive using the new formula which applies from 1 April 2015.
27 August 2014 Child support - liability/entitlement calculator
  This calculator helps you estimate the child support you may pay or receive using the new formula which applies from 1 April 2015.
26 August 2014 Forests (Payment of Money) Order 2014
  A payment to landowners for permanently protecting native forest with high conservation values on their land can be exempted from income tax if the appropriate Order in Council is made.
22 August 2014 Tax seminars and workshops in Christchurch
  Information on tax seminars and workshops being held in Christchurch.
21 August 2014 Charitable bodies requesting overseas donee status
  You will need to read these guidelines if your organisation is requesting overseas donee status.
21 August 2014 Guidelines for non-resident charities
  These guidelines outline Inland Revenue's requirements for non-resident charities to apply for and obtain exemption from income tax. We may approve exemption from income tax for a non-resident charity if they are unable to be registered with Charities Services under the Charities Act 2005.
21 August 2014 Income tax and charitable organisations
  Charitable organisations are liable for income tax if they operate with no written rules, constitution or trust deed or they operate under a set of rules, a constitution or a trust deed that does not meet the requirements for income tax exemption or they use business income for charitable purposes outside New Zealand. Learn about rates of income tax, when to file returns and possible exemptions.
21 August 2014 Registration of charities
  Charities Services maintains a register of charitable entities. Registration is voluntary, but if a charity wishes to be exempt from income tax and donors of gifts exempt from gift duty it will need to register.
20 August 2014 KiwiSaver: compulsory employer contributions (CEC)
  This page is about compulsory employer contributions - when to make them, when you pay less than the minimum, what their transitional rates are, and when they are refunded to employers.
20 August 2014 Getting new employees started
  People who start a new job and meet the criteria for automatic enrolment must be enrolled in KiwiSaver, unless you offer an approved alternative superannuation scheme. You must provide KiwiSaver information to all new employees and to any existing employees who ask for it.
20 August 2014 KiwiSaver and your existing employees
  People who start a new job and meet the criteria for automatic enrolment must be enrolled in KiwiSaver, unless you offer an approved alternative superannuation scheme. You must provide KiwiSaver information to all new employees and to any existing employees who ask for it.
20 August 2014 KiwiSaver for employers
 
20 August 2014 Employer contributions
  From 1 April 2013 you will be required to contribute to your employee's KiwiSaver account or complying fund at 3% of their gross salary or wage.
20 August 2014 Opt-out requests
  An employee who is automatically enrolled has eight weeks (on or after day 14 and on or before day 56) from starting their new job to decide if they want to stay with KiwiSaver, or to opt out.
20 August 2014 Determination CFC 2014/06: Non-attributing active insurance CFC status (TOWER Insurance Limited)
  This determination applies to TOWER Insurance Limited and grants non-attributing active CFC status to the specified insurance CFCs resident in Papua New Guinea for the 2013-14 to 2014-15 income years.
20 August 2014 Determination CFC 2014/04: Non-attributing active insurance CFC status (TOWER Insurance Limited)
  This determination applies to TOWER Insurance Limited and grants non-attributing active CFC status to the specified insurance CFC resident in Tonga for the 2013-14 to 2014-15 income years.
20 August 2014 Determination CFC 2014/03: Non-attributing active insurance CFC status (TOWER Insurance Limited)
  This determination applies to TOWER Insurance Limited and grants non-attributing active CFC status to the specified insurance CFCs resident in Fiji for the 2013-14 to 2014-15 income years.
20 August 2014 Determination DEP 89: Bench-top Pizza Ovens and Microwave Ovens (Commercial)
  This determination inserts new asset classes to the "Hotels, motels, restaurant, cafes, taverns and takeaway bars" and "Shops" industry categories, that apply from the 2014 and subsequent income years.

 


Date published: 05 Oct 2004

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