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End of year tax payments due today


Inland Revenue
Te Tari Taake

MEDIA RELEASE

FOR RELEASE ON 7 FEBRUARY 2001 ONLY

7 February 2001

End of year tax payments due today

A reminder to all taxpayers who have end of year tax payments due have until the close of business today to post their payments. However, those taxpayers who are represented by a tax agent with an extension of time for payment have until 7 April.

National Manager, Bryre Patchell said that anyone who thinks they might have difficulty in paying should contact Inland Revenue immediately.

Inland Revenue's toll free numbers are available from 8am until 8pm for:

Personal Tax Enquiries - 0800 162 684
Business Tax Enquiries - 0800 162 685

"As well as income tax, 7 February is also the due date for the 2000 ACC levies, student loan payments and family assistance overpayments," Mr Patchell said.


ENDS

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