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eFBT - Fringe benefit tax quarterly return

 

About this return

This service allows employers who pay fringe benefit tax quarterly to file their returns online. The 3 pages will take (approximately) 10 minutes to complete. This is the same as completing the Fringe benefit tax quarterly return (IR420).

When to use this return

Use this service once you have received your quarterly fringe benefit return in the mail and are ready to file it online.

This service is only available for quarterly returns ending on or after 31 March 2002.

What you will need
  • The value of the fringe benefits you have provided to your employees.
  • Your IRD number - If you do not have this call us 0800 377 772.
  • The DLN number from your paper return. (This is the 14-character number on the top right of your paper return. If you don't have this number call us on 0800 377 772.)
  • A printer to print the receipt page after you have submitted this return. You will need to be able to produce a copy of the receipt page if your tax records are audited in the future.
After you finish

When you have submitted this return please print the receipt page and keep it for your tax records.

This return may require you to send confidential information to Inland Revenue so it is located on a secure part of our website to prevent unauthorised interception. If you are unable to access this service, your browser and/or firewall settings may need updating.

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