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Te whiwhi i ngā whiwhinga tāke kaiwhiwhi motuhake (IETC) mēnā e whiwhi ana i a koe ngā utu mai i wāhi kē Getting the independent earner tax credit (IETC) if you get income from other sources

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The way you get the independent earner tax credit (IETC) depends on your income type.

If your income is not taxed before you get paid

An example is income from self-employment. You claim the IETC at the end of the tax year when you file your individual tax return. Tell us on your return the number of months you were eligible for the IETC.

If your income is taxed before you get paid

An example is income from investments. At the end of the tax year we will send you an income tax assessment. If you did not receive the right amount of IETC you might get a refund or have tax to pay.