4.4 Tax on dividends received from U.S. shares

If you are an NZ tax resident (See 2.1), and you receive a dividend payment from your U.S. shares with a direct income interest of less than 10% (See 2.6), it would not be taxed separately in your income tax return as those investments are subject to the FIF regime. Dividends would be included in your FIF (See 2.4) income calculation.



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