Inland Revenue has over 5,500 staff based in 17 cities and towns.
We collect most of the revenue that government needs to fund its programmes. We also administer a number of social support programmes.
We're changing to make it simpler and faster for New Zealanders to pay their taxes and receive their entitlements.
From time-to-time we undertake research into various aspects of the programmes and services we administer. We also publish tax related statistics each year which are intended to improve transparency and meet the information needs of external users and government departments.
There are a wide range of opportunities and benefits available at Inland Revenue. We offer careers with interest and challenge, a range of benefits, and unique development opportunities that will help you get to where you want to be.
Media releases issued by Inland Revenue, answers to questions commonly asked by the media, information about customer confidentiality, and media contacts.
If you're in business, small or large, opportunities may exist for you to become an Inland Revenue supplier.
Our commitment to the community
Our charter is our commitment to ensure that we have an effective working relationship with the community.
Inland Revenue produces a range of newsletters, bulletins and reports that enable people to manage their obligations or to learn about the performance of the Department and the outcomes of the schemes we administer.