87 days ago

Provisional tax instalments, student loan interim payments, GST and employers' returns and payments are all due TOMORROW...

NZ Chartered Accountant from Small Business Accounting - Hobsonville

Provisional tax instalments, student loan interim payments, GST and employers' returns and payments are all due TOMORROW...

PROVISIONAL TAX INSTALMENTS

The second instalment of your provisional tax is due on 15 January if you:

have a March balance date, and

use the standard or estimation option to calculate your provisional tax payments.



If you use the ratio option to calculate your provisional tax payments and you have a March balance date, your fourth provisional instalment is due on 15 January.



STUDENT LOAN INTERIM PAYMENTS

Student loan interim payments are due. The interim payments you make will be offset against your repayment



GST

Your GST return and payment are due for the taxable period ending 30 November.



EMPLOYERS

These forms are due 15 January if your gross annual PAYE (including ESCT) is $500,000 or more:



New employee details (IR346) form and payment for the period 16 to 31 December, and

Employer monthly schedule (EMS/IR348) for the period ending 31 December

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