Calculate your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR)

Use this simple guide to confirm your PIR tax rate. Before you start you will need to know what your income (including income from PIR investments) from the last two tax years. If you’re unsure of your income we recommend you contact your employer(s), your accountant, or Inland Revenue.


The information in this guide is intended for general tax information purposes only and does not constitute tax advice. The information is based on legislation current at 31 March 2013. Super-Advice recommends that investors should seek professional advice on the taxation implications of investing and should not rely solely on the information in this guide. If you do not nominate your PIR, your PIR will default to 28%.