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Having trouble deciding which return type to use? Answer the following questions to help you make the right choice for your business!

Was your residual income tax (tax to pay) more than $2,500 in last year’s income tax return?

Yes

Do you use the same IRD number to file both provisional tax and GST?

For example, if you're a sole trader using your own IRD number for both your income tax and GST, select Yes. However, if you're a partner in a partnership using your own IRD number for your income tax, but using the partnership IRD number for the partnership's GST, select No.

Yes

Do you use the ratio option to calculate your provisional tax?

The ratio option is a way of calculating your provisional tax. It lets you align your provisional tax payments with your business cash flow.

Yes

You need to file your GST and provisional tax return directly through myIR Online Services.

No

You need to file a GST and provisional tax return (GST103 non-ratio). You must select this option even if you don't want to file provisional tax with this return.

No

You need to file a GST-only return (GST101A).

No

You need to file a GST-only return (GST101A).