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Appropriation statement for the year ended 30 June 2023
Actual 2022 ($000) Vote: Revenue Actual1 2023 ($000) Unaudited revised budget5 2023 ($000) Unaudited budget 2023 ($000) Unaudited forecast 2024 ($000)
Output expenses
$13,114 Policy Advice - - -

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Services for Customers–MCA
$256,119 Services to Ministers and to Inform the Public About Entitlements and Meeting Obligations $312,978 $328,812 $312978 $310,076
$114,147 Services to Process Obligations and Entitlements $140,286 $150,247 $171,149 $165,718
$89,863 Management of Debt and Unfiled Returns $85,511 $91,761 $95,859 $98,241
$113,235 Investigations $107,634 $112,580 $125,891 $133783
- Policy Advice $14,084 $16,631 $15,980 $13,400
$586,478 Total departmental output expenses $660,493 $700,031 $721,857 $721,218
$1,600 Services to Other Agencies RDA2 $1,520 $1,824 $1,524 $1,824
$588,078 Total output expenses $662,013 $701,855 $723,381 $723,042
Other expenses
$96,944 Transformation3 - - - -
- Residual activities following the transformation programme's substantive closure3 $29,188 $32,600 $24,000 $14,600
$96,944 Total other expenses $29,188 $32,600 $24,000 $14,600
$685,022 Total expenses $691,201 $734,455 $747,381 $737,642
Capital expenditure PLA4
$7,496 Property, plant and equipment $25,860 $27,200 $21,900 $24,800
$28,083 Intangible assets $14,346 $25,500 $30,800 $18,100
$35,579 Total capital expenditure PLA $40,206 $52,700 $52,700 $42,9006

1 Excludes remeasurement of $13.254 million (2021–22: $2.743 million). The remeasurement consists of foreign exchange losses mainly on forward foreign exchange contracts, and macroeconomic changes in the actuarial valuations of retiring and long-service leave.

2 Revenue-dependent appropriation (RDA). The amount of an RDA is limited to the amount of revenue earned. 

3 A portion of the 2021–22 Transformation appropriation funding was returned to the Crown and $35 million transferred to financial years 2022–23 and 2023–24 to the new Residual Activities Following the Transformation Programme’s Substantive Closure appropriation. 

4 PLA refers to appropriations established under a permanent legislative authority. 

5 The revised budget figures for 2022–23 are those included in The Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information for the year ending 30 June 2023. 

6 Since The Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2024 were published, this forecast was increased as part of the Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Update 2023 by $22.100 million to reflect updated capital investment plans.

The budget and forecast figures have been prepared in accordance with NZ GAAP, using accounting policies that are consistent with those adopted in preparing the departmental financial statements.

Explanations of significant variances against budget are detailed in the relevant notes of the departmental financial statements.

All of the 2022–23 performance information for each appropriation administered by Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue has been reported in the section on Our Performance.

Last updated: 18 Dec 2023
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