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When do you file the first and second period of the IRP6 form if you only opened in Nov 2014?

Posted 14 November 2014 under Tax Q&A


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If you left work in February 2014 and started your own small business in August 2014 but you only changed from a non provisional taxpayer to a provisional taxpayer in November 2014. When do you file the the first and second period of the IRP6 form?

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17 November 2014 at 7:27

The first period will always be filed in August and the second in February, so you will need to go back and file your IRP6 for August.


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