- Company income tax checklists
- GST checklists
- Individual income tax checklists
- Other tax checklists
- Sample taxation letters
- Library resources
- More information about accounting in New Zealand
Use these checklists to assist in the preparation of taxation returns.
Company income tax checklist
Individual income tax checklists
Sample taxation letters
Use these sample letters for client and the Inland Revenue Department:
The following titles are available for members to borrow from the CPA Australia library. You’ll need an online account with us to access these resources.
Foundations of New Zealand Taxation Law
Foundations of New Zealand Taxation Law provides a clear and concise introduction to the policy, principles and practice underpinning New Zealand's complex taxation system.
Fringe Benefits: A Practical Guide to Managing your Tax Costs
The fourth edition of this practical book uses worked examples, case studies and checklists to illustrate the meaning of the law and the context in which FBT might arise.
NZ Goods and Services Tax Legislation
This edition of New Zealand Goods and Services Tax Legislation fully consolidates the Goods and Services Tax Act 1985 to 1 May 2020, incorporating amendments from a number of Acts.
New Zealand Income Tax Act 2007 - 2016
A two-volume set consolidating the Income Tax Act 2007 up to 1 January 2016. Includes a comprehensive summary of amendments, detailed history notes and indexes.
New Zealand Master Bookkeepers Guide
This practical guide covers not only bookkeeping essentials but also a range of accounting and taxation issues that tax agents and bookkeepers need to be aware of when dealing with their clients.
New Zealand Master Tax Guide 2020
The Master Tax Guide, New Zealand's most popular tax handbook, contains practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings and statements affecting the 2019/2020 and future tax years.
More information about accounting in New Zealand
- Public practice
Practising in New Zealand
Resources to guide you as you set up your own practice. Be clear about what you want your firm to achieve and be aware of how an operating structure is affected by regulations.
Auditing in New Zealand
If you are responsible for conducting Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC) audits in New Zealand, you must hold a licence under the Auditor Regulation Act 2011 (New Zealand) (ARA).