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Revenue

Revenue is available to fund government programmes through people meeting payment obligations of their own accord.

Read a summary on our assessment and collection of revenue this year starting here. 

Collecting New Zealand's revenue is what we're here to do

There’s detailed information on our performance starting here.

Revenue is available to fund government programmes

Financial information and notes on revenue start here.

Schedule of Non-Departmental Revenue

Note 2 - Revenue

Social policy payments

People receive payments they are entitled to, enabling them to participate in society. 

There’s a summary about our delivery of payments to support New Zealanders from page from here.

Our performance provides more details starting here.

Schedule of Non-Departmental Expenditure

Financial information and notes on social policy payments start here.

Note 4 – Receivables–child support

Collaboration 

New Zealanders benefit economically and socially through Te Tari Taake, Inland Revenue working collaboratively across our external environment. 

Throughout the summary of our year, there are stories on our people teaming up with other agencies, community groups and international organisation. 

This section on our Performance provides case studies on the cross-government responses to the major weather events across Aotearoa New Zealand on the information we share with other agencies.

New Zealanders benefit economically and socially through Inland Revenue working collaboratively across our external environment

Last updated: 18 Dec 2023
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