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Accident Compensation Corporation
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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
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Department of Labour
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Everything you need to know about payday filing

Posted on September 24, 2018 by BDS Hughes

From 1 April 2019 employers must comply with the new payday filing scheme. The due date for employer deductions filing and payment remains the same as the 20th of the month. Employers must: File employment information every payday instead of an Employer monthly schedule Provide new and departing employees’ address information, and their date of birth- if they have provided it to you File electronically (from payday compatible software or through myIR) if your annual PAYE/ESCT is $50 000 or more. How to payday file Employers must Include employment information (and correct a file), employee details and employer deductions. It […]

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