Making payments to Inland Revenue
You can pay your tax, child support or KiwiSaver contributions electronically or by post.
You can pay electronically by credit or debit card, internet banking, automatic payment or direct credit.
Find out how to make payments to us by post both from here and overseas.
You can check that payments have been credited to your account online or through our self-service line.
You can pay us while you're overseas using a credit or debit card, telegraph transfer, foreign bank draft, personal foreign cheque, foreign postal order or money order.
You can pay your child support payments by credit or debit card, automatic deductions from your benefit, online payments, automatic payments or by posting a cheque.
Find out how to make KiwiSaver contributions if you're self-employed, or you wish to make voluntary contributions.
You will need an account type to use if you're making payments to us.
Due dates for payments are on your return or statement. You can create a personalised calendar to remind you of your due dates.
Preprinted payment slips have your payment details encoded on them. Find out what to do if you don't have a payment slip, and what happens if you have a tax agent.
Date published: 23 Nov 2004