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Filled with expert commentary, examples, useful information and contact details, our newsletters can help you manage your tax affairs, get what you're entitled to, avoid paying penalties and keep up to date with tax legislation. You can also subscribe to receive regular notifications from our specialist tax areas.
The list below describes the newsletters and notifications you can subscribe to.
Business Tax Update
Get all your business tax news in one place every month - tax updates on PAYE, GST and FBT and other relevant tax issues. This makes it easy for people in business to understand and comply with their tax obligations.
Agents Answers is our monthly newsletter to tax agents giving updates on tax law changes, and operational and technical issues.
Large Enterprises Update
Aimed at larger corporate organisations (with annual turnovers of more than $100 million), this quarterly newsletter communicates changes to tax law and Inland Revenue policies and procedures that may affect these groups.
If you're a community group or electorate office or provide advice to people about personal tax, child support, Working for Families Tax Credits and student loans, then this quarterly newsletter will keep you informed.
Student loan Notify Me
Notify Me provides up-to-date, topical information for both New Zealand-based and overseas-based borrowers. This information will help you better manage your student loan.
Tax Information Bulletin
The monthly Tax Information Bulletin contains information about changes to tax-related legislation, proposed legislation, judgments, rulings and other specialist tax topics.
Inland Revenue produces a number of items that explain how taxation laws may affect taxpayers and their agents. These go through an extensive public consultation process before being published. You can have your say by commenting on the technical and/or any other aspects of the drafts.
Policy Advice Division
The Policy Advice Division of Inland Revenue advises the New Zealand Government on all aspects of tax law and reform and on social policy measures that interact with the tax system.
Date published: 16 Aug 2012
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