It’s GST Time Again
Reminder: 1 monthly GST returns, 2 monthly GST returns & 6 monthly GST returns due!
GST Returns for the period ending 30 September 2017 is DUE 28 October 2017.
It’s INCOME TAX Time Again!
Just a friendly reminder: Income Tax for 2017 (01/04/2016 – 31/03/2017) which will be DUE on 31/03/2018 with Inland Revenue can now be processed. At your convenience, please feel free to email the relevant data to email@example.com
If you have any questions about what needs to be submitted, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways to pay Our Bill:
Glenfield Tax Accountants has partnered with Fee Funders to provide payment plans. Fee Funders pay 100% of the invoice on your behalf straight away, while you have the benefit of paying over a six or nine-month period via direct debit. It’s a competitive interest rate that’s usually less than your credit card. There are no penalties for early repayment (you only pay interest for the months you have used the loan.)
We also take Cheque, Credit Card , Eftpos, & Internet Payment.
Ways to pay are changing with IRD – Effective 01/10/2014
IRD is making a few changes to the way customers can make payments to them.
1. Limited payment services at Westpac
From 1 October 2014, customers will no longer be able to make cheque payments or drop off returns and forms at Westpac. Customers can still make cash and EFTPOS payments at Westpac or use online banking, credit/debit cards and international money transfers or post cheques to IRD. http://www.ird.govt.nz/makepayment/makepayment-index.html?&id=homepage
2. Cheques must be received on time
Cheque payments posted to Inland Revenue must arrive on or before the due date to avoid late payment penalties and interest. Customers posting cheques on the due date may incur a late payment penalty (from 1 October 2014).
3. Electronic refunds are faster
IRD is urging customers who receive refunds to provide them with their bank account information. This will ensure that once IRD has processed the refund, customers will receive it in two working days instead of the 10 days where a payment is made by cheque. Please contact IRD directly if you would like to set this up.
If you prefer to send a cheque to IRD, Please ensure you post it early to avoid late payment penalties and interest.
Please contact us on email@example.com should you like to send us documents using DropBox.