Personal tax worksheet 2017 (IR746)
Use for the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017
Use this worksheet to check if you're due a refund and your income between 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 was from:
- benefits, or
- taxable pensions.
If you received any other type of income, eg, rent or self-employed income you must file an Individual tax return (IR3).
Do not use this worksheet for a year that you were declared bankrupt. Your results will not be accurate.
To complete this worksheet you'll need:
- a summary of earnings from us - check in your myIR account or use information provided by your employer
- any interest or dividend information from your bank or financial institution
- any taxable Māori authority distribution information
- a touch tone phone to calculate tax credits and final tax calculations.
You can claim the following expenses on a personal tax summary:
- a fee paid to someone for completing your tax return
- commission on interest or dividend income (not bank fees)
- interest on money you borrowed to buy shares or to invest, as long as the investment will produce some income that's taxable
- premiums on loss of earnings insurance, as long as the benefit for the insurance policy is taxable income.
If the result of your calculation is a refund you'll need to request a personal tax summary.
If the result of your calculation is tax to pay you don't need to do anything.
Download the worksheet
| 97kb | 4 pages | Published March 2017
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