Input-taxed sales are sales of goods and services that don't include GST in the price. You can't claim GST credits for the GST included in the price of your 'inputs'.
The most common input-taxed sales are financial supplies (such as lending money or the provision of credit for a fee) and selling or renting out residential premises.
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See alsoFinancial supplies, such as lending money and renting out residential premises are transactions we call input-taxed sales. You don't include GST in the price of input-taxed sales and you can't claim GST credits for the GST included in the price of purchases you needed to make your input-taxed sales.