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Income tax return: Registered superannuation funds 2020 IR44

Use for the 2020 tax year

All superannuation funds registered with the Financial Markets Authority must file a Registered superannuation funds income tax return  IR44. Use this return to file details of the taxable income, trustee details and disclosures for a registered superannuation fund.

To complete this return you'll need the:

  • IRD number of the registered fund
  • Financial Market Authority number of the fund
  • IRD number of trustees
  • fully completed Financial Statements Summary (IR10) or set of the fund's financial accounts.

Our Registered superannuation funds' return guide IR44G will help you complete this return.

Print your name  and IRD number on all papers attached to your return.

Schemes not registered with the Financial Markets Authority

If your scheme allows beneficiaries to contribute it will be treated as a company and must file a IR4. If it doesn't allow beneficiaries to contribute it will be treated as a trust and must file an IR6.