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Tax rights under law

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: |

Taxpayers should be aware of their rights, which they possess under law, on matters relating to taxation.

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Voluntary disclosure

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: |

Voluntary disclosure is revealing matters to the IRD (before they find out) regarding aspects of your taxation obligations and liabilities. If something is wrong with your tax returns, the IRD encourages you to tell them about it so that it can be corrected as soon as possible. This is called making a “voluntary disclosure”.

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Income diversion alerts

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: , |

Diverting personal services income by structuring revenue earning activities through an associated entity such as a trading trust or a company may cause Inland Revenue to consider such arrangement as tax avoidance.

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Fraud and identity theft

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: , , |

IRD take fraud seriously. Their systems are designed to prevent people from receiving refunds they aren’t entitled to. They’re also designed to protect your personal information.

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Hobby business and tax

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: |

You are probably operating a business if you charge other people for the goods that you have made or the services that you provide. It will also be looked on as a business if you are supplying the goods or services on a regular basis and there is a clear intention to make a profit from your activities.

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IRD look at aggressive tax planning

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: , |

A small number of people try to avoid paying the tax they should or boost entitlements to social benefits by using inappropriate or unlawful tax structures. IRD call this - aggressive tax planning (ATP). Inland Revenue will investigate if they suspect your planning is not quite on the level.

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Selected for tax audit

By | August 21st, 2017|Categories: Tax|Tags: , |

Although IRD is not required either to alert taxpayers when considering whether to audit or advise that an audit has begun, the IRD’s practice is that a taxpayer will generally be given notice, in writing, advising them that they have been selected for an audit, or that an audit is underway.

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