Your upcoming GST return deadline is approaching.

It’s important to file your GST return at the end of each taxable period, which can be monthly, 2 monthly, or 6 monthly depending on your chosen frequency for your business. You can verify this information with us.

To avoid late penalties, we can assist you in filing your return and making the payment by the due date.

Make sure you have your paperwork organised. To calculate your return, you’ll need to determine the following:

1. Total sales and income for the taxable period.
2. Total purchases and expenses for the taxable period.
3. Any GST adjustments for the taxable period.

Keep the receipt from Inland Revenue along with your other tax records and ensure that all payments are made by the specified due date.

Remember: Simplify GST by maintaining a record of your business income and expenses as you go.

Feel free to give us a call. We are here to help you meet your tax obligations.


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