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Example of a GST101A form

This is your GST number. It will be preprinted on your return. This is the beginning and end date of the period you're filing your GST return for, eg, from 1 May 2014 to 30 June 2014. It will be preprinted on your return. You must file your GST by this date. It will always be the 28th of the month following the end of your taxable period. For example your taxable period ends on 31 July 2014 and your return will be due on 28 August 2014. The exceptions to this are for taxable periods that end on 30 November and 31 March. The November return becomes due 15 January and the March return becomes due on 7 May. Only enter details in here if your postal address has changed since you filed your last GST return. This is the contact phone number we have for you. Only enter a new one if it's changed since the last GST return you filed. Enter your total New Zealand business expenses paid for the period covered by the return in New Zealand dollars. Don't enter any details in these boxes, unless you've been given a credit note or this is your final GST return and you need to make an adjustment for assets - see 'Ending your GST registration'. You must sign and retain a copy of your paper-based return. This amount will always be a refund unless this is your final GST return and you have adjustments for assets. It may be an amount to pay - see 'Ending your GST'. Don't enter any details in this section, unless it's your final GST return and you have an amount to pay.

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