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Inland Revenue seminars to help businesses understand payday filing
To help New Zealand business owners understand the changes coming to how they file employees’ payday information, Inland Revenue is conducting more than 300 seminars around the country.
Inland Revenue encourages employers to make switch to payday filing
There are fewer than seven months left before all New Zealand employers must shift to payday filing, and Inland Revenue says now is the time to start.
Inland Revenue to improve AIM tax method with help from early adopters
Inland Revenue’s new Accounting Income Method now has plenty of early adopters and now the focus is on improving the product for year two.
Inland Revenue's AIM tax method signs up 1,000+ early adopters
Inland Revenue says that more than 1,100 businesses have signed up to the new Accounting Income Method (AIM) so far.
Think the govt has a big tax refund for you? Think again
Sorry to be the party pooper but it may be time to get your toes in line and cancel that ASOS order you were going to cover with your tax refund.
Inland Revenue: Moving to accounting software will save you time and money
Inland Revenue gets a few raised eyebrows when it promotes accounting software to SMBs, but are definite transformative benefits for tax obligations.
New Zealand rated 'compliant' in OECD tax transparency review
The OECD’s Global Forum issued the rating after examining NZ's laws and practices on the exchange of information with other tax authorities.
IRD myIR site to shut down on Thursday for major system upgrades
myIR will be switched off from Thursday afternoon at 3pm until Tuesday, April 17 at 8am so the latest round of changes can be made.
IRD to spend over $1 billion on a system that makes it easier for Kiwis to pay tax
The programme is expected to cost between $1.5 and $1.69 billion, with most of the costs coming from purchasing goods and services.
This April: IRD makes changes to online portal and provisional tax reporting
The changes include the implementation of the new Pay Day PAYE process, the accounting income method (AIM) for provisional tax, and a revamp of myIR.
Seven red flags impacting business growth in 2018
Regardless of the size of the business, whether you do or don't have a handle on these common pitfalls, the market is a dynamic and shifting place.
120 reports in 12 hours: Kiwis hit by IRD tax refund scam
Inland Revenue has issued an urgent warning about a tax scam that has caught many people off guard today.
IRD seeking local analytics provider following $25m content management deal
"Better use of information and analytics is a key objective of our transformation."
Xero's eSign functionality goes live
Xero has been working closely with Inland Revenue to make a number of compliance and taxation processes easier.
Digital signatures go live - MYOB first to offer new system to Kiwis
"Businesses can do it simply and easily, directly through our platform or via their accountant.”
Scammers target IRD customers
"Scammers claiming to be from Inland Revenue are cold calling people to say they are being investigated for tax fraud."
Inland Revenue commencing digital makeover
“We have started digitising our current world, and now need to progress the journey to become digital at our core."
NZ Govt websites failing to reach readability goals
“The cost benefits achieved by improving clarity on websites and allowing citizens to complete error-free tasks online are significant."
MYOB: It's out with paper, in with online GST services for Kiwi SMEs
According to MYOB, this is the first e-GST service for New Zealanders, and is the result of working with the IRD for several months.
Revera nets $45-$60 million Inland Revenue data centre contract
Revera has won an NZ$45-$60 million contract to design and supply data centre services for New Zealand's Inland Revenue.
Agilyx New Zealand gets IRD nod of approval
Agilyx New Zealand has been authorised by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD), and is one of only 15 companies in New Zealand to do so.
Online tax services saving businesses money
Increasing numbers of businesses and individual taxpayers turning to online service to pay tax means big savings, according to the Government.
IRD's Netguide Award shows government committed to make tax simple
New Zealand’s tax system is up there with the best, but it will need to evolve and adapt to meet the needs of the 21st century and an increasingly glo
Inland Revenue creates ICT group in a bid to transform tax system
The Inland Revenue has announced a new group to represent the ICT sector and it’s said this will help to transform New Zealand’s tax system.
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."
The features that should be front and centre when evaluating SIEMs
According to Frost & Sullivan, SIEM can either be an enabler or a retardant and there's a thin line between the two - here's the key attributes.
Cutting through the noise with AI-driven threat analytics
SANS has provided an independent review of a new AI analytics solution designed to rescue businesses 'drowning in data' from SIEM platforms.
What does sustainable compliance look like?
Getting an organisation compliant is one thing, keeping it that way is another.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?