myIR, payments and more
There are two ways you can file your end of year RWT withholding certificate (IR15). You can file the certificates electronically or alternatively you can print them off and send them to us. Read the information below to find out how:
You can also file your end of year New Zealand NRWT (non-resident withholding tax) withholding certificate (IR67) in the same way.
RWT/NRWT certificate details can be emailed to us in an electronic format. To make sure the file's secure, it must be encrypted.
The due date for RWT/NRWT certificates is 31 May.
Create your file(s) following the data format specified under file format.
Encrypt your file following the instructions under encryption requirements.
If you have multiple RWT/NRWT files, you can zip the files first, and then encrypt the zip file.
Attach the file to an email
Download this coversheet and copy the text into the body of your email
(PDF | 1 page | 55kb)
Copy the wording in the coversheet into the body of the email.
(Note: if you are sending files for multiple IRD numbers, please make sure you identify them on the cover sheet.):
Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If they haven't already been sent to Inland Revenue you can scan and attach the IR15S/IR67S to your email
You will receive email confirmation once we receive your file . If the data fails, you will receive an email requesting you re-send an amended file.
Once the file has been successfully uploaded, you will receive email confirmation.
So we can process the file, it must be in the specified format.
You can find out more about the specified format in the document below.
Read the Non-resident withholding tax and resident withholding tax specification document
(PDF | 14 pages | 300kb)
Files sent to us must be encrypted to a PGP level of data encryption. To encrypt your file(s), download our public key and import it into a PGP/GPG application.
You can download the public key by clicking on the link below. You will need to right click to 'save as' and make sure the file is saved with the extension '.asc'
The public key above will encrypt your file so there is no need to send us an additional password.
There are a number of software packages which will let you import our public key and encrypt your files including PGP Desktop and Gpg4win. Gpg4win software is free (as at 29 February 2012) and runs on Windows XP, Vista and 7. Both 32 and 64bit systems are supported.
Gpg4win is subject to a license agreement, which you should read before deciding whether to download Gpg4win.
Download the full version of Gpg4win
There are other GPG and PGP applications available for Windows, Mac and Linux which can be used for file encryption. However, we don't have user instructions defined for those alternatives.
You can complete the forms on-screen by typing content directly into the PDF document. Once you have completed the form it is important that you print it out as you will not be able to save the information you enter into the form.
Once you have completed the forms please mail them to:
Operations Delivery Upper Hutt
PO Box 39090
Wellington Mail Centre
Lower Hutt 5045