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Important IRD Payment Changes

From 1 October 2014, you'll need to ensure that IRD receives your cheque payment on or before the due date to avoid penalties and interest.

We strongly endorse the following comments from IRD:

    Paying on time

    It's important that your payment and return reaches Inland Revenue on or before the due date. If they're late you may incur penalties and interest. 
    This means you'll no longer be able to post cheques on the due date. You can however, make payments online up to and including the due date.

    There's never been a better time to go online
    It's easy, fast and secure to file returns and make payments online, and the services is available 24/7. Last year, over 70% of all Inland Revenue
    payments were made electronically.

    We recommend you pay using the "pay tax" function provided by most New Zealand banks.

    To make an online payment or find out more about making payments go to:

Internet Banking

Use the following information to set up your electronic payments if your bank does not provide a tax payment option:

 Name of Bank  Westpac
 Name of Account  Inland Revenue 
 Account Number  03 0049 0001100 27 
 Particulars  Your IRD Number
 Payee Code  Account Code & Period
 e.g. "INC 31032016" (2016 Provisional Tax installments)
 e.g. "INC 31032016" (2016 Terminal Tax due 7 April 2017*)
 e.g. "GST 31072016" (July 2016 GST due 29 August 2016)
 Reference  nothing is entered 
  * this is the due date for March balance dates with extension of time

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