You can authorise someone to act on your behalf to help you when dealing with us.
You can grant a nominated person access to one account type, or every account type you're registered for. For the accounts you nominate them for, they'll be able to:
A nominated person is useful if you:
|Having a nominated person doesn't change your responsibilities. You are still responsible for all your tax obligations.|
A nominated person can be an individual or non-individual.
A non-individual must be a separate legal entity, such as:
A partnership or unincorporated club are examples of entities that aren't separate legal entities so can't be a nominated person.
If the nominated person will act for your own personal account, you must set them up.
If the nominated person will act for a non-individual account, they must be set up by:
To set up a nominated person you can:
To add your nominated person we need to know:
If you have a business account you can view, manage and remove your nominated person(s) in myIR. You can also view the accounts you're a nominated person for.
You or your nominated person can cancel the nomination at any time. You can cancel the nomination in myIR or by calling us.
Even though a nominated person can act on your behalf, they can't use your myIR login. If you want your nominated person to access your business account, you can grant them separate access in myIR.