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This webinar will cover AIM information for accountants and tax agents
AIM – a new option for calculating provisional tax – is now available for small businesses using AIM-capable accounting software.
Many of you will be using AIM for the first time on or before 28 June 2018 when you file an AIM Statement of Activity for your two-monthly GST filers.
In this webinar there will be a very short presentation reporting on how AIM has been operating since it went live in Inland Revenue’s computer system on 17 April 2018. We will also cover off any common questions that have come up recently.
We will share the experiences of tax agents who used AIM for the first time on 28 May 2018 to file an AIM Statement of Activity for one-monthly GST filers.
We will allocate the majority of the time to answering your questions about AIM so that your first AIM filing goes as smoothly as possible.
You can ask questions on the day, or send them in advance (by Monday 4 June) directly to
This webinar is suitable for accountants and bookkeepers from small or large firms who work with businesses with under $5 million turnover.
It will build on information already provided in three earlier AIM webinars, which are available here on-demand:
Attendees will be confident in working with their clients to submit their first Statements of Activity on 28 June (for those who will file AIM every two months).
11 June 218
This webinar is suitable for tax agents and bookkeepers.
Nick Wilkins, Business Transformation Account Manager for Tax Agents & Penny Cooper, Service Design Lead, Business Transformation, Inland Revenue
Penny Cooper, Inland Revenue
No CPD with this recording