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IR7 partnership income tax return 2010

1 April 2009 to 31 March 2010

About this service

This service allows you to file the annual partnership income tax return online. This is equivalent to completing the Income tax return: Partnership 2010 (IR7) form. You should set aside an hour to complete this return online and already have available your income details for the 2010 year.

When to use this service

Use this service once you have received your IR7 income tax return in the mail and are ready to file it online with IRD.

The numbers to the right of the input field of the online return correspond to the question numbers on the paper IR7 return. This means you can use the IR7 guide you received in the mail to help explain each step when filing online.

What you will need
  • The partnership's income details for the 2009-2010 period.
  • The partnership's IRD number - if you do not have this call us on 0800 377 774.
  • The DLN number from your paper return. This is the 14-character number on the top right of your paper return. If you don't have this number either call us on 0800 377 774 or download a printable return to complete and send back by post.
  • Access to a printer. You must print a copy of your return so please ensure your computer is connected to a printer.
    After you finish

    When you have submitted this return please print the receipt page,sign and date it, and keep it for your tax records.

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