Community-Wise - 2011
Community-Wise is a newsletter for community groups and electorate offices on child support, working for families tax credits and student loan issues. You can subscribe to receive an email notification of when each issue is published.
In this issue: Our contact hours during the holiday season, student loans are changing, payments for Working for Families Tax Credits over December and January, tax codes for students working over the summer, Heartland Services, what do you think about Community Wise, child support annual assessments, changes in family circumstances, annual report for student loan scheme, Working for Families Tax Credits income details, new phone service for individual customers, changes to Working for Families Tax Credits rates, tax payments due 7 February.
In this issue: Changes to child support scheme, our compliance focus 2011-12, gift duty changes, new phone service for individual customers, donations tax credits, changes in family circumstances, redundancy tax credit extended, new Working for Families Tax Credits factsheets for migrant workers, keeping on top of your student loan, you're tax exempt - do you need to register for GST, big jump in payroll giving uptake, updated publications.
In this issue: It's time to tidy up your taxes, Christchurch office temporary closure, overseas student loan borrowers, doing your tax online, child support 2011 square-up, salary and wage income finalised for 2012 child support, redundancy tax credit extended, adjusting your income for Working for Families Tax Credits, early withdrawal of KiwiSaver funds for customers affected by Christchurch earthquake, are you an IR 56 taxpayer?, Budget 2011 update.
In this issue: Canterbury earthquake, due a tax refund, independent earner tax credit, changes to Working for Families Tax Credits, child support annual assessments, changes in family circumstances, 7 February payments, choosing the right tax code, getting ready for tax season, managing your student loan while overseas, Māori authorities change in tax rate, change to process for claiming tax credits, and qualifying company reforms.
Date published: 06 Apr 2010
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