How to delay an upcoming payment
If you know in advance of a provisional date that your client is unable to make a deposit or full payment of the tax amount due, or they wish to retain cash in their business, you can set up a finance arrangement through Tax Traders to pay the provisional tax. When you put something in place in advance, Tax Traders is able to offer you a significantly lower interest rate so it is well worth talking to us if your client is looking for some flexibility. This option is particularly helpful in industries where income is seasonal or for businesses that are growing and therefore need to reinvest, allowing cashflow to be managed more effectively throughout the tax year.
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If you’re an individual taxpayer, we recommend you ask your Accountant to contact Tax Traders so we can get the best outcome for you.
How does it work?
Simply pay the interest up front and then pay your provisional tax at a maturity date you select up to 22 months later. The provisional tax is held for you in a Public Trust account at Inland Revenue (IR) and is transferred to your IR account at maturity, once the provisional tax is paid.
If you no longer need all the tax at the maturity date, there’s no break fee and you only have to pay for what you need. If you want to repay early or pay by instalment you can do that too. Our online tools make it easy to setup an arrangement and make adjustments as you go where necessary.