Useful resources for
New Zealand Taxpayers

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Everything you need to know about provisional tax

Provisional Tax Guide

A useful guide to read if you are starting your first year of business or if you’re looking for more clarity around New Zealand’s provisional tax system and need to talk to your accountant.

Provisional Tax Glossary

Confused by some of the tax jargon? Here we define a number of common terms related to provisional tax including tax pooling, provisional tax, standard uplift method, and more.

Provisional Tax Dates 2019

An interactive calendar showing provisional tax and terminal tax deadlines for the Standard Uplift method. Download reminders to your calendar to help keep track of your payment dates.

Other Provisional Tax Dates

You can find the other, lesser known provisional tax dates related to alternative methods for calculating tax such as Accounting Income, Ratio and Estimate method.

Below are some useful articles for business taxpayers

How to find a great accountant: six qualities to look for

How to find a great accountant: six qualities to look for 1200 630 Jade Robertson

Thousands of independent business owners have an awful habit. While steadily pedaling up the mountain of expansion, new hires, building a great brand, and newfound social media fame, these business…

Image: 28 August provisional tax reminder.

28 August provisional tax: Don’t forget IRD interest rise

28 August provisional tax: Don’t forget IRD interest rise 1200 630 Lee Stace

For many, the 28 August provisional tax instalment is the first for the 2020 tax year – and failing to pay on time will cost taxpayers more money. That’s because…

Image: Walker & Co Real Estate owners Lee And Marc Walker

Walker & Co Real Estate remedy big provisional tax problem

Walker & Co Real Estate remedy big provisional tax problem 1200 630 Lee Stace

Provisional tax is not without its challenges. Marc and Lee Walker from Walker & Co Real Estate know this all too well. The husband and wife duo do not take…

Image: Accounting Income Method (AIM)

Accounting income method: When cashflow doesn’t match accounting profit

Accounting income method: When cashflow doesn’t match accounting profit 1200 630 Lee Stace

IRD’s marketing material boasts the accounting income method (AIM) means taxpayers only pay provisional tax when they make a profit. But what it neglects to convey is what happens if…

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