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When's my tax due?

 

2021 GST, PAYE and Provisional Tax dates 

Annual Tax Returns

Tax Returns for clients of OneTeam are due before 31 March the year following - so March 2020 must be filed by March 2021.

PAYE

Due 20th of every month

March Balance Date - Not GST Registered

28th August

1st Provisional Tax Instalment Due

25th January

2nd Provisional Tax Instalment Due

 

7th April

Terminal Tax Payment Due

 

7th May

3rd Provisional Tax Instalment Due

March Balance Date - Two Monthly GST

28th June

April/May GST Return & Payment Due

28th August

June/July GST Return & Payment Due and 1st Provisional Tax Instalment Due

28th October

August/September GST Return & Payment Due

15th January

October/November GST Return & Payment Due and 2nd Provisional Tax Instalment Due

28th February

December/January GST Return & Payment Due

7th April

Terminal Tax Payment Due

7th May

February/March GST Return & Payment Due and 3rd Provisional Tax Instalment Due

March Balance Date - Six Monthly GST

28th October

April/September GST Return & Payment Due and 1st Provisional Tax Instalment

7th April

Terminal Tax Payment Due

7th May

October/March GST Return & Payment Due and 2nd Provisional Tax Instalment Due

Avoiding Nasty

Tax Surprises

Are you nervous about dealing with the IRD? You are not alone. Tax can be a complicated business, and it’s easy to get lost in its complexities. 

At OneTeam, we understand the stress that tax can cause small businesses, and we’re ready to help. 

We are in constant contact with the IRD and you to ensure that you are paying your tax when it’s due and to help you negotiate any extensions if you’re struggling. While everybody has to pay tax, there are often ways to minimise it and maximise the return on your investments. 

Book a free 30 minute consultation

Legislation is changing all the time, and it’s hard for small business owners to stay current with changes to tax laws, and things can get especially complicated when rental properties, commercial buildings or investments are also involved. It’s our job to stay on top of any changes, understand your business and life well enough to look at the various options and give you solid advice tailor made to your situation.

Talk to us about

  • Ways to stay on top of your tax obligations

  • When to take drawings, pay PAYE and Provisional Tax

  • Avoiding IRD interest and penalties

  • Somebody else dealing with IRD for me

  • What to do if you're short of funds and can't pay the tax

  • Maximising tax deductions on your business or investment property

  • Potential GST liabilities on the sale of your investment property

  • How to get a tax deduction from your children's school fees or travel funds

  • When mortgages are tax deductible - and when they're not