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The Accountants and Tax Agents Institute of New Zealand (ATAINZ) exists to promote the welfare and professional development of its members and to represent members' interests in New Zealand. It is unique in the New Zealand tax and accounting market because of its grassroots contact with members.

Vision Statement

ATAINZ to be recognised as the voice of small-medium business (SME) New Zealand.

Mission Statement

Empowering members to be recognised as Trusted Advisers in the business community.

Informational Videos

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Benefits of joining ATAINZ - Full (13 min) Benefits of joining ATAINZ - Short (3 min) ATAINZ Conference Preview (1 min)


IRD Approved

The following three organisations have received approved advisor group status to date:

What is an approved advisor group?

An “approved advisor group” is defined in section 20B(5) as a group that includes natural persons who meet all of the following requirements. They:

The group must be approved by the Commissioner before a tax advisor who is subject to an approved advisor group’s code of conduct and disciplinary procedures can claim the right of non-disclosure on behalf of a taxpayer. The Commissioner will exercise his power of approval at a high level of delegated authority having regard to the statutory requirements and such other relevant considerations as may be applicable.

Non-disclosure right for tax advice documents

Refer to Standard Practice Statement 05/07 for further information on non-disclosure right for tax advice documents.

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