Inland Revenue (IR) will turn off its computer systems for seven days from this Thursday to implement the latest round of planned transformation changes.
The revenue system will be closed for a week in April as Inland Revenue introduces a new round of changes to make tax more straightforward.
Inland Revenue is introducing a new way for customers to get certainty on how tax law applies to their situation.
An Oamaru accountant is an enthusiastic advocate of Inland Revenue’s new provisional tax option, the Accounting Income Method (AIM).
Customers have logged into the new myIR more than two million times since one of the largest data migrations undertaken by a New Zealand government agency.
One of the biggest IT projects ever undertaken in the state sector has successfully passed its latest hurdle with the transition of more than 19.7 million taxpayer accounts from one...
The tax system is about to close for a week as Inland Revenue implements its biggest changes in 20 years.
Inland Revenue is gearing up to take around 1.9 million calls between now and July – a 23 percent increase on the same period last year – as the modernisation...
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.
Following the introduction of the new accounting income method (AIM) there are now four options for managing provisional tax, so small businesses can use the one best suited to their...