Videos to Watch
This is the first episode in an informative, six-part animated series from Inland Revenue.
Inland Revenue is the public service department of New Zealand charged with advising the government on tax policy, collecting and disbursing payments for social support programmes, and collecting tax. The Department's Māori name, Te Tari Taake, is an older spelling of Te Tari Tāke, meaning The Department Tax.
Stats NZ is New Zealand's official data agency. They collect information from people and organisations through censuses and surveys. Then use the information to publish insights and data about New Zealand, and support others to use the data.
Work and Income provides financial assistance and employment services throughout New Zealand. They offer a single point-of-contact for New Zealanders needing job-search support, financial assistance and in-work support.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is New Zealand’s economic development and trade promotion agency. They offer strategic advice, research and market intelligence, and targeted financial support to help businesses expand internationally. Their objective is to promote and support the growth of New Zealand businesses overseas.
Employment New Zealand is part of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. On their website, you can find practical, operational and best practice employment information that will help employers and employees understand what they can do and how they should do it.