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Partnership with ATAINZ

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March 29, 2021 — Tax Management NZ today announces a partnership with The Accountants and Tax Agents Institute of New Zealand (ATAINZ). The partnership will advance TMNZ’s ambition to accelerate the adoption of tax pooling solutions amongst taxpayers who would benefit from genuine provisional tax flexibility. In addition, TMNZ is announcing plans to commence offers and opportunities…

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Core feature updates to our dashboard

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Our Partnerships Director, James Stuart, covers the core feature updates in our upgraded dashboard. In this post you’ll find the timestamps for the webinar.

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We’ve made provisional tax easier

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We’ve made some changes to the way our dashboard works. It’s easier to navigate, the number of steps required for working with us is reduced and seeing the status of a taxpayer arrangement is the first thing you see. Navigate without needing to read a manual You can use the left-hand navigation sidebar or the…

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TMNZ is Now a Partner of Live Ocean

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On Thursday, 15 October 2020 TMNZ announced a new partnership with Live Ocean. The announcement at Akarana Yacht Club, where TMNZ used to have their HQ and Live Ocean founders Blair Tuke and Peter Burling first sailed a 49er, aims to turn around some pretty worrying stats about the state of our ocean by accelerating positive…

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TMNZ virtual roadshow: Tony Alexander talks post-COVID-19 economic recovery

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The increase in New Zealand’s net debt to GDP ratio over the next four years is not the bogeyman some are making it out to be, nor will the Government necessarily have to increase taxes to pay off what they are borrowing. That’s according to one of New Zealand’s leading and respected economists, Tony Alexander,…

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New permission levels for dashboard users

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TMNZ now offers a read-only view of our dashboard that allows users to look at arrangements and tax balances without fear of mistakenly changing anything important. A member of a tax firm or a taxpayer can view quotes, transactions and balances as part of this new permission functionality. But more importantly, users with this type…

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Discounted interest rate of 3.95 percent for forestry and tourism

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TMNZ is offering a special rate of 3.95 percent for cash-strapped businesses in the forestry and tourism industries who require more time to pay income tax due to coronavirus. The offer applies for 2020 provisional tax, as well as terminal tax payments relating to the 2019 tax year. We know that paying provisional or terminal…

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Merry Christmas happy New Year from TMNZ

Merry Christmas happy New Year from TMNZ 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

The TMNZ office will close from the end of 23 December – 8 January to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. We will have limited availability from 24 December 2019 to 7 January 2020. We wish everyone a wonderful break and a good time with friends and family to mark the start of a new…

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Meet Neil Bhattacharya

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Neil Bhattacharya is our Head of Client Services at TMNZ. Formerly the Client Services Manager, his new position reflects the Client Services Team’s responsibility of being the first point of contact for our clients and making sure NZ’s biggest tax pool is the best. The goal for the team is to get clients what they…

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TMNZ’s submission on Taxation (Kiwisaver, Student Loans, and Remedial Matters) Bill

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TMNZ supports all but one of the proposed provisional tax amendments in the Taxation (Kiwisaver, Student Loans, and Remedial Matters) Bill. We made a submission on the Bill last week after receiving feedback from clients. In it, we share our thoughts on the following proposed amendments to provisional tax: Eliminating the requirement to estimate at…

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