Inland Revenue

Payment options for 15 January provisional tax

Payment options for 15 January provisional tax 1200 630 Lee Stace

One of the challenges of paying provisional tax in times of economic uncertainty is making a payment that is both appropriate and does not negatively impact your cashflow. Tax is one of the largest expenditure lines for a business, so you want to get it right. You don’t want to overpay, because that’s money sitting…

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How to overcome the pain of tax procrastination

How to overcome the pain of tax procrastination 1200 630 Colin Kennedy

With Inland Revenue (IRD) currently charging a penalty of seven percent interest, you would think that every single business owner in New Zealand would be highly motivated to get their tax issues sorted. Why then, is tax procrastination a problem? Tax is an obligation. We have no choice but to get on top of it.…

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Accessing overpaid tax faster in uncertain times

Accessing overpaid tax faster in uncertain times 1200 630 Lee Stace

Cash is king and being able to get your mitts on it quickly in an unpredictable world where circumstances can – and do – change in an instance is priceless. Just ask the taxpayers who were able to access the provisional tax payments they had deposited in the tax pooling account of Tax Management NZ…

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IRD eyeing cryptoassets: Tax implications for investors

IRD eyeing cryptoassets: Tax implications for investors 1200 630 Lee Stace

Come clean or expect Inland Revenue (IRD) to come calling. For investors who are unaware of their tax obligations, this is the situation they face in the wake of the New Zealand tax department exercising its powers under the Tax Administration Act 1994 to request customer information from companies dealing with cryptoassets. This appears to…

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Three tax pooling solutions for businesses impacted by COVID-19

Three tax pooling solutions for businesses impacted by COVID-19 1200 630 Lee Stace

IRD has announced a suite of tax relief measures during COVID-19 to help struggling businesses. However, a tax pooling provider such as Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) offers some solutions of its own for those wishing to manage cashflow, facing uncertainty about their profitability or needing access to funds during this difficult economic time: Provisional tax…

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Anti-money laundering requirements and tax pooling

Anti-money laundering requirements and tax pooling 1344 820 Lee Stace

Updated 12 October 2020 Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) must now conduct a limited form of customer due diligence on all clients as part of recent changes to anti-money laundering (AML) requirements. As such, we will be collecting information about the taxpayers using our service and asking anyone acting on their behalf to supply some basic…

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Last chance to pay 2017 income tax

Last chance to pay 2017 income tax 1920 1130 Lee Stace

The last chance to pay 2017 income tax through TMNZ  is 18 June. This is for clients with March-September balance dates who have a terminal tax date of 7 April . Due to tax pooling legislation, TMNZ can only assist up to 75 days past your terminal tax due date. IRD will not accept the use…

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Late payments from clients don’t have to impact cashflow

Late payments from clients don’t have to impact cashflow 765 450 Lee Stace

Peter and Heather Wavish, owners of Specialist Glass Cleaning and Protection Late payments from clients can affect cashflow and make it difficult to satisfy other obligations. It’s something Heather and Peter Wavish, owners of Specialist Glass Cleaning and Protection, know well. Hence they turn to Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) to mitigate the ramifications this has…

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AIM - the accounting income method

What IRD isn’t saying about AIM

What IRD isn’t saying about AIM 1344 791 Lee Stace

The accounting income method – AIM – will be available to businesses to calculate their provisional tax payments using approved accounting software from 1 April. The concept is simple: Those with turnover of less than $5 million will make provisional tax payments when they earn their income, based on accounting profit. Inland Revenue (IRD) has…

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Coffee with Paul at Bona Fide Accounting

Coffee with Paul at Bona Fide Accounting 1200 630 Jade Robertson

“I would definitely recommend TMNZ to other clients. It’s been a great benefit to many of our clients and it gives them an opportunity to save on late payment penalties and [IRD] interest when paying their taxes.” Paul Donnell is the Director at Bona Fide Accounting. He has 40 years experience and within the last…

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