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This factsheet explains the tax rules that apply to a lump sum withdrawn or transferred from a foreign superannuation scheme.

IR1024

This factsheet is for anyone who hires entertainers on a contract for service. It explains the tax requirements.

IR1036

If you're a prison inmate or hospital patient you can apply for an exemption from paying child support or domestic maintenance.

IR105

If you're a liable person under 16 years old (or have recently turned 16) and want an exemption from paying child support, you may be able to use this form.

IR105A

This factsheet for employers explains payday filing which will be compulsory from 1 April 2019.

IR1214

This guide sets out the child support responsibilities of prison inmates.

IR154

This guide explains why we charge penalties and interest. It also tells you about the different types of penalties and interest and how to avoid them.

IR240

This factsheet explains the tax treatment of payments or gifts made in the Māori community for the purposes of income tax, GST and employing staff.

IR278

If you've made a mistake or filed an incorrect tax return, it's best to tell us about it before we find out in some other way. This guide will help you put your tax returns right.

IR280

Provisional tax is a way of spreading your tax payments throughout the year. This guide tells you how to calculate your provisional tax and when and how to pay it.

IR289

IR296 Private operators form

IR296

Use this factsheet to find out if you have to pay provisional tax, how much you need to pay and when to make payments during the year.

IR316

Ka whakamāramatia i ēnei whārangi ngā āhuatanga tāke o ngā utu me ngā koha i te hapori Māori mō te wāhi ki te tāke whiwhinga moni, te tāke hokohoko (GST), me te noho mai o te tangata hei kaimahi māu.

IR382

Use this guide if you're an employer, an employee or a donee organisation and what to find out more about payroll giving.

IR617

A portfolio investment entity (PIE) is a new type of entity (such as a managed fund), that invests the contributions from investors in different types of investments. This guide contains information for resident individuals who invest in PIEs.

IR855

A portfolio investment entity (PIE) is a new type of entity (such as a managed fund), that invests the contributions from investors in different types of investments. This guide contains information for trustees who invest in PIEs.

IR856

A portfolio investment entity (PIE) is a new type of entity (such as a managed fund), that invests the contributions from investors in different types of investments. This guide contains information for companies that invest in PIEs.

IR857

A portfolio investment entity (PIE) is a new type of entity (such as a managed fund), that invests the contributions from investors in different types of investments. This guide contains information for non-residents who invest in portfolio investment entities (PIEs).

IR858

This guide provides information for entities that are looking to become a PIE and for existing PIEs.

IR860

This factsheet provides information about prescribed investor rates (PIR) and shows you what your correct rate should be.

IR861

This form is for applying for paid parental leave payments. It also has information on paid parental leave and who is eligible.

IR880

This form is a statutory declaration you can use to prove your relationship with a child in your care when applying for paid parental leave.

IR880D

This form is for transferring your paid parental leave payments to your spouse or partner.

IR881

The IR888 form is no longer available.Self-employed people now complete the Paid parental leave (PPL) application (IR880) form (link available below).

IR888

The IR889 is no longer available. All transfers can now be applied for using the Paid parental leave transfer (IR881) form (link available below).

IR889

Form for existing payroll for tax professionals who offer and provide payroll services to employers. They can register to become an accredited PAYE intermediary or an accredited and listed PAYE intermediary that receives a subsidy.

IR910

Form to use if you are a PAYE intermediary for an employer, and the employees need to access the employer's records.

IR911

Paye intermediary cessation

IR913

Form to use if you are a PAYE intermediary for an employer, and the employees need to access the employer's records.

IR917

Use this checklist to find out what you need to do to get ready (if you’re not using payroll software).

Payday filing becomes mandatory from 1 April 2019. Use this checklist to find out what you need to do to get ready.

This guide will help you understand whether you should be paying income tax when you sell a property, and whether you need to get more information or professional advice.

This guide will help you understand whether you should be paying income tax when you sell a property, and whether you need to get more information or professional advice.

This guide will help you understand whether you should be paying income tax when you sell a property, and whether you need to get more information or professional advice.

This guide will help you understand whether you should be paying income tax when you sell a property, and whether you need to get more information or professional advice.