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Inland Revenue
Broad information on tax, tax credits (formerly rebates), child support, working for families tax credits and student loans. Includes interactive calculators and tools for child support payments, personal tax summaries and more.

New Zealand Companies Office
Business and legal information on starting a company, doing business overseas and general administration of corporate body registers. Includes useful tools and statistics, as well as a comprehensive business directory.

Accident Compensation Corporation
Information on compensation claims and levies, injury prevention, as well as forms and news for claiming accident cover and more.

KiwiSaver
Online savings initiative plan to help save for retirement. Includes calculators, savings advice and information for individuals and employers about voluntary income contributions.

Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Information on monetary policy, financial markets, and current finance news. Contains useful links and interactive inflation calculators and statistics.

Department of Labour
Includes compliance information on workplace relations, immigration, health and safety in the workplace and up-to-date labour market information.

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Latest news

Changes to provisional tax

Posted on April 16, 2018 by BDS Hughes

Small businesses, sole traders and contractors can choose a new pay-as-you-earn option rather than paying provisional tax instalments several times a year as changes to pay-as-you-earn tax have come into place this April. The changes were made to help small businesses pay provisional tax based on their cash flow rather than the previous year’s earnings or estimated earnings for the current year. Paying provisional tax as you earn profit provides more certainty about cash flow. This new method is known as the Accounting Income Method (AIM). It is optional and only available for businesses with an annual turnover of less […]

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