Tax information for inbound tourism operators
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Inbound tour operators must comply with New Zealand’s tax laws
If you are an inbound tour operator you must comply with New Zealand's tax laws by:
- Recording all your income
Records must be kept in English about all income including the amount received, the payer, date, and percentage of commission if appropriate.
- Filing an annual return At the end of each tax year on 31 March, most taxpayers must file a tax return if they’ve received income from which tax has not been deducted.
If people don't pay their fair share of tax, everyone misses out
All income received for work is taxable including cash, commissions, tips, or any other form of payment.
Inland Revenue takes firm action against people and businesses found to be not meeting their tax obligations.
Get it right by:
- declaring all your income
- using the tools and services on www.ird.govt.nz
- telling Inland Revenue if you think you've not previously fulfilled your tax obligations. Read Putting your tax returns right (IR 280)
- logging into myIR and sending us a secure email
- phoning Inland Revenue on (07) 921 3887 and leaving your name, IRD and phone numbers, and message. We'll get back to you. Ask for a translator if necessary.
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