The good news is, tax through Flint is usually straightforward.

Your tax is calculated and paid by the fund manager using your prescribed investor rate (PIR). At the end of the financial year, you will receive a tax report that details the tax you've paid.

If your PIR is correct, you won't need to do a thing. If the PIR is incorrect you'll want to update this with Flint as soon as possible. You can find more details on what this means for you on the IRD website.

If you’re unsure what PIR rate applies to you, you can find out more here.

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