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Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund. Please see the Registered superannuation funds' return guide 2008 (IR44G) for further information.

IR44

Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund. Please see the Registered superannuation funds' return guide 2011 (IR44G) for further information.

IR44

Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund. Please see the Registered superannuation funds' return guide 2012 (IR44G) for further information.

IR44

Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund. Please see the Registered superannuation funds' return guide 2013 (IR44G) for further information.

IR44

Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund. Please see the Registered superannuation funds' return guide 2014 (IR44G) for further information.

IR44

Return for filing details of the taxable income for a group investment fund.

IR44E

All superannuation funds registered with the Government Actuary must file an Income tax return registered superannuation funds (IR44) form. This guide provides you with all the information you need to know when filing and IR44.

IR44G

All superannuation funds registered with the Government Actuary must file an Income tax return registered superannuation funds (IR44) form. This guide provides you with all the information you need to know when filing and IR44.

IR44G

All superannuation funds registered with the Financial Markets Authority (formerly known as the Government Actuary) must file an Income tax return registered superannuation funds (IR44) form. This guide provides you with all the information you need to know when filing and IR44.

IR44G

All superannuation funds registered with the Financial Markets Authority (formerly known as the Government Actuary) must file an Income tax return registered superannuation funds (IR44) form. This guide provides you with all the information you need to know when filing and IR44.

IR44G

All superannuation funds registered with the Financial Markets Authority (formerly known as the Government Actuary) must file an Income tax return registered superannuation funds (IR44) form. This guide provides you with all the information you need to know when filing and IR44.

IR44G

Use this form to pay your NRWT.

IR67P

This form enables you to explain and support your interpretation or tax position taken in determining the tax payable in your return.

IR282

Use this form to register if you're going to start deducting non-resident withholding tax (NRWT) from interest, dividends and/or royalties to non-residents.

IR380

This form should be completed to tell us about an amalgamation. It must be completed by a representative of the company or building society resulting from the amalgamation.

IR432

This form enables you to declare a company as non-active. Completing this form excuses a company from filing income tax and imputation returns. It is the legal document that will remain in force for succeeding years unless the company ceases to be non-active.

IR433

When a company has declared themselves as non-active with us and are not required to file income tax or imputation returns - this is the form to reactivate the company as active. The completion of this legal document now means the company will be required to file annual income tax and imputation returns.

IR434

This booklet is a complete guide to the qualifying company (QC) rules.

IR435

This form is for existing qualifying companies who need to re-elect in order retain their qualifying company status.

IR436

When you have elected to be a qualifying company this form enables you to revoke that election. An election may be revoked by a resolution of the board of directors of the company and/or any shareholders who previously elected.

IR437

If you have overseas investments, including, shares in a foreign company, units in a foreign units trust or an entitlement to a benefit from a foreign superannuation scheme or a life policy, you may need to calculate your income from these investments for tax purposes. This form includes a worksheet so you can calculate your foreign investment fund (FIF) income or loss. It must be completed by a New Zealand resident person with an interest in a FIF who elects to use the accounting profits method, and a separate form for each FIF in which you held an interest should be completed.

The accounting profits method has been repealed for income years starting on or after 1 July 2011.

IR439

Branch Equivalent method has been repealed for income years starting on or after 1 July 2011.

If you have overseas investments, including, shares in a foreign company, units in a foreign units trust or an entitlement to a benefit from a foreign superannuation scheme or a life policy, you may need to calculate your income from these investments for tax purposes.

IR440

If you are a New Zealand resident person who held, during the tax year, an attributing interest in a foreign investment fund (FIF) comprised of shares in a foreign company or units in a foreign unit trust and you elect to use the comparative value method to calculate your FIF income or loss, use this form for the calculation and complying with the disclosure requirements. Note that this form can only be used for income years ending prior to 31 March 2008.

IR441

If you are a New Zealand resident person who held, during the tax year, an attributing interest in 10 or more foreign investment funds (FIF) comprised of shares in a foreign company or units in a foreign unit trust and you elect to use the comparative value method to calculate your FIF income or loss, use this form for the calculation and complying with the disclosure requirements. Note that this form can only be used for income years ending prior to 31 March 2008.

IR442

If you have overseas investments including, shares in a foreign company, units in a foreign units trust or an entitlement to a benefit from a foreign superannuation scheme or a life policy, you may need to calculate your income from these investments for tax purposes. This form includes a worksheet so you can calculate your foreign investment fund (FIF) income or loss. It must be completed by a New Zealand resident with an interest in a FIF who elects to use the deemed rate of return method. A separate form for each FIF in which you hold an interest should be completed.

IR443

The term foreign loss is used to describe attributed foreign losses from a controlled foreign company (CFC) and/or attributed foreign investment fund (FIF) losses. A CFC is a foreign company controlled by five or fewer New Zealand resident shareholders. An FIF is a foreign entity in which a New Zealand resident has an interest. Complete this form to elect to retain foreign losses or revoke an election made previously to retain foreign losses. For more information please refer to the Qualifying companies, a guide to tax law (IR435).

IR444

This form enables a person who has calculated foreign investment fund (FIF) income or loss using the fair dividend rate method to disclose the required information about their interests. The form does not include a worksheet for calculating FIF income or loss. You can use our foreign investment fund calculator - go to "Work it out".

IR447

This form enables a person that has calculated foreign investment fund income or loss using the comparative value method to disclose the required information about their interests. The form does not include a worksheet for calculating FIF income or loss. You can use our foreign investment fund calculator under "Work it out".

IR448

This form enables a person that has calculated foreign investment fund income or loss using the cost method to disclose the required information concerning their interests. The form does not include a worksheet for calculating FIF income or loss. You can use our foreign investment fund calculator under "Work it out".

IR449

Complete one certificate for each non-resident you deducted NRWT from during the year to 31 March.

IR67

Complete this statement for the year to 31 March to balance the NRWT owing on interest, dividends and royalties.

IR67S

Complete this statement for the year to 31 March to balance the NRWT owing on interest, dividends and royalties.

IR67S

Use this guide to help you complete your IR67 NRWT withholding certificates and IR67S NRWT reconciliation statement.

IR67SG

Find out what binding rulings are and the process for applying for one (IR715).

IR715

Use this form to apply for a higher maximum pooling value when calculating the depreciation of your assets using the pooling value.

IR719