Accounting Income Method (AIM) – meaning and definition

What is the Accounting Income Method (AIM)?

The accounting income method is a way to calculate provisional tax if you use accounting software and have turnover of less than $5 million. Under this method, your payments will be based on accounting profit for a period a time. In most cases, this will be every two months.

Accounting Income Method (AIM) – video guide

Paula Clarke, our Client Services Team Lead, gives an explanation of the accounting income method.

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