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Branch Equivalent method has been repealed for income years starting on or after 1 July 2011. If you have overseas investments, including, shares in a foreign company, units in a foreign units trust or an entitlement to a benefit from a foreign superannuation scheme or a life policy, you may need to calculate your income from these investments for tax purposes.
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Calculate here your FIF income or loss using the branch equivalent method only if the FIF is a company and you have sufficient information to calculate your income or loss according to New Zealand tax legislation.
This form includes a worksheet so you can calculate your foreign investment fund (FIF) income or loss. It must be completed by a New Zealand resident person with an interest in a FIF who elects to use the branch equivalent method, and a separate form for each FIF in which you held an interest should be completed.
The branch equivalent method has been repealed for income years starting on or after 1 July 2011.
To successfully complete and submit this form you will need:
If your FIF interest is non-portfolio you can electronically make an accounting profit FIF disclosure by sending an email to us containing the following information:
If you do not have access to the internet you can complete the IR440 form to complete the disclosure.
Please print, sign and attach the completed IR440 to your income tax return and send to your nearest Inland Revenue office.
You may wish to keep a record for your personal records.