The first two batches of automatic tax assessments have been successfully issued by Inland Revenue this week with over $80 million of refunds going out to taxpayers, along with just...
More than 2.5 million New Zealanders will receive their first ever automatic tax assessment over the next two months with the first batch going out today.
Inland Revenue (IR) expects that next year, about 750,000 tax refunds will be automatically generated for wage and salary earners who don’t usually apply to get their tax back.
A sophisticated email scam is doing the rounds using Inland Revenue branding to trick people into giving up their credit card details.
A new tax bill introduced to Parliament will mean automatic tax refunds for around 750,000 New Zealanders.
An Auckland accountant who filed false income tax and GST returns on behalf of himself and several fictitious companies has been sentenced to 11 months home detention.
Palmerston North man Cameron Jesse King has been sentenced to 22 months in prison for filing multiple false tax refund claims in the names of other people.
A Tauranga woman who created an elaborate scheme to defraud taxpayers of nearly $3 million has been sentenced to prison for three years and seven months.
A large increase in the number of New Zealanders seeking tax refunds this year meant that almost 170,000 calls had to be turned away by Inland Revenue’s contact centre during June.
The Government is proposing to make tax simpler for individuals, with people whose only income is from a salary, wages or investments no longer being required to file tax returns...