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Inland Revenue - Help for your business during the COVID19 Omicron outbreak
Katrina Thomas

Inland Revenue - Help for your business during the COVID19 Omicron outbreak

This fact sheet explains the help your business can get from the Government during the COVID19 Omicron outbreak

The Government has announced additional financial support for businesses with cashflow pressures due to COVID-19:

⭐ Up to 3 COVID-19 Support Payments (CSP). Applications for the first CSP payment open in myIR at 8am on Monday 28 February 2022. *For more details visit COVID-19 Support Payment (CSP)

⭐ More time to pay your tax (instalment arrangement) and removing penalties on late payments. To set up an instalment arrangement, message us in myIR. Removing penalties is often done automatically. Send us a message if you need to question this.

⭐ Low or no-interest loan - If your income was 30% lower recently than it was the year before, you might be able to get a loan from the Government’s Small Business Cashflow Scheme (SBCS). For more information or to apply visit COVID-19 Small Business Cashflow Scheme (SBCS)

Click on the document below for more details.

For the latest COVID-19 support information visit www.ird.govt.nz/covid-19 or www.business.govt.nz/covid-19

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