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Use this service to calculate your income adjustments for student loan purposes. This is the same as completing the Adjust your income (IR215) form.
You need to use this service if you or your spouse or partner are registered for Working for Families Tax Credits and have adjustments to make to your family income.
For the 2015 and future tax years, you will also need to complete the IR215 if you have a student loan and have income adjustments (called adjusted net income) you need to tell us about. Find out more about filing requirements.
Please make sure you understand what information you need to provide.
There are some complex rules around when you need to declare an adjustment and how much. We recommend you seek advice from a tax advisor to ensure you provide the correct information.
Use this service to tell us about the adjustments to your family scheme income and adjusted net income so we can calculate your WfFTC entitlement and student loan repayment obligation. These adjustments don't change the amount of income you must show in your Individual tax return (IR3) or Personal tax summary (PTS).
Note: If you have already provided us with end-of-year adjustment figures, you do not need to use this service
The information you provide will replace what the adjustments you've previously told us about. So, if you had declared an amount for one of the income types during the year, but didn't receive this type of income, please enter 0.00 in the appropriate box.
You will need your online services userID and password and details of any income adjustments.
When you have submitted this return please print the receipt page, sign and date it and keep it for your tax records.
If you need to make adjustments to your income for Working for Families Tax Credits for the tax year ending 31 March 2012 or earlier years, please complete our Adjust your income (IR215) form and send it to:
PO Box 39090
Wellington Mail Centre
Lower Hutt 5045
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