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1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014
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About this service
This service allows non-resident individuals to file their income tax return online. This is the same as completing the Non-resident individual taxpayer return 2014 (IR3NR) form.
When to use this service
Use this service once you have received your document lodgement number (DLN) letter or your IR3NR income tax return in the mail and are ready to file it online with us.
The numbers to the right of each box of the online return correspond to the question numbers on the paper IR3NR return. This means you can use the IR3NR guide to help explain each step when filing online.
What you will need
- Your income details for the 2013-2014 period. This typically includes your summary of earnings, any interest or dividends information, rental income and any overseas income.
- Your IRD number - if you don't have this call us on 0800 377 774 or +64 4 978 0779 if calling from overseas.
- The DLN for your 2014 IR3NR. This is the 14-character number printed either in the text of the letter we sent you or at the top right and bottom of your paper return. If you don't have this number either call us on 0800 377 774 or +64 4 978 0779 if calling from overseas or download a printable return to complete and return by post.
- Access to a printer. You must print a copy of your return so please ensure your computer is connected to a printer.
After you finish
When you have submitted this return please print the receipt page, sign and date it and keep it for your tax records.
Unless you have an extension of time you need to submit your IR3NR by 7 July 2014.
This service may require you to send confidential information to Inland Revenue so it is located on a secure part of our website to prevent unauthorised interception. If you are unable to access this service, your browser and/or firewall settings may need updating.
Inland Revenue takes online security very seriously. We have systems in place to protect the information you provide us, and regularly update our standards and technology to provide protection for your personal information.
You play an important role in protecting your information by taking basic precautions to protect your computer and data. You should keep your computer secure, only deal online with people and organisations you know and trust, and check that your personal information travels across the internet on secure connections.
There are many resources about computer security (such as websites, books and magazines) that can help guide you on what security precautions are appropriate for your situation.
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