AGENTSanswers - 2002
AGENTSanswers is our monthly newsletter to tax agents on operational and technical issues. Browse issues from 2002.
Seasons greetings, E-File over the Christmas break, call centres' Christmas hours, new rules for taxpayer financial relief, new standard practice statements, internet tax payments, FBT fourth quarter returns, views sought on FBT review, FBT filers interest rate for loans, consultation on tax compliance costs, E-Filing over the internet, review of taxation for Maori authorities, changes of balance date, registration and cessation processes, election to be a provisional tax payer, ACC update and CD Rom questionnaire results.
Industry Partnership field teams, second return filing target, online depreciation calculator, taxpayer self-assessment, protecting the intergrity of NZ tax system, new tranfer fules and disconnection of telephone numbers.
Online tax options, use-of-money interest and penalties, update about Industry Partnership, income not liable for ACC earner's levy, are you receiving AGENTSanswers by email? FBT filers' prescribed interest rate for loans, family assistance - getting it right! Business adjustments for family assistance, information requests about deceased clients, new standard practice statement, updated publications and AGENTSanswers Index.
Inland Revenue meets the challenge of its peak telephone period, CD Rom questionnaire, reminder letter to clients, IR901D payment forms, dishonoured cheques, escalation process for tax agents, new provisional taxpayers, change of balance date and transitional years and rebate claims.
Inland Revenue's website - online services, new rules for financial relief, contact phone numbers, IR3's incorrectly showing as required on client list report and ACC employer invoices.
Requesting annual information and returns, E-File billboard, improvement in return filing for 2001, provisional tax calculation reminder, uplift rates for 2003 year, option to elect to be a provisional tax payer, incorrect due date, standard practice statement - INV-251 Voluntary disclosures, debt deduction notices, error in IR3 guide, new rules for financial relief, company shareholder details (IR4S) and estimating your income for child support purposes.
Are you connected? Version four of the Tax Agents' CD Rom, give your client a list of warrant of fitness, 2001 income tax returns - late filing penalty and EOT removal, transfer of tax credits, payments and returns - received on time policy, overseas currency converter, electronic commerce guide, new process for issuing summary of earnings, filing performance reports AMBR 1002 and AMBR 1003, processing of payments delayed, updated publications and Paid Parental Leave.
Transfer issues, Call Management update, E-Filed returns, RWT certificates from Inland Revenue, 2001 income tax returns, authority to act, ceasing a client's registration, reminder for employers to file schedules on time, requirements for non-resident contractors simplified, PAYE running totals available, ACC earner levy rate, requests to ament FBT fourth quarter or annual returns, delation of authority cards (warrants), FBT filers' prescribed interest rate for loans, Trans-Tasman triangular tax discussion document, family assistance - rollover, end-of-year family assistance square up and family assistance and requirement to file a tax return.
Improve your filing performance, L letter unavailability, Less Taxing Tax initiatives, are your receiving AGENTSanswers electronically? Emails - virus protection, E-File correspondence codes, qualifying company elections, writing-off assets no longer used, 2002 annual returns, trusts - commencement dates, business industry descriptions and codes, new tax agent report, Standard Practice Statement INV-170 and payment forms
EOT arrangements, six monthly GST return threshold, tax agents' surveys, "Economic entity" definition widened, family assistance - Parent Tax Credit, higher income threshold for student loans, ACC roadshow for agents, third return filing date 15 February 2002 and updated publications.
Family assistance, January deliver of IR901C's, farming income, 7 February payment date for clients without EOT, further reminder to use the "L" letter, non-standard balance date applications, completion of GST returns, linking clients, delinking ceased tax types and the Taxation Act.
File your GST returns online with eGST.
Tax simplification impacts, L letter unavailability, PTS only for salary and wage earners, FBT filers' presecribed interest rate for loans, deemed rate of return for foreign investment fund interest, specified livestock determinations for 2002, Inland Revenue no longer requires 2002 IR68A returns, income equalisation deposits, late payment penalties from 1 April 2002, use-of-money interest and penalties, further clarification of rules for non-resident contractors, industry guidelines for winemakers and updated publications.
Date published: 05 Oct 2004
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