You can register for myIR as an individual or for your business, company, trust, school, partnership or club.
What you can do in myIR
Once you're registered, you can:
- manage all your accounts, including Working for Families and child support
- manage your two-step verification settings
- manage access and logons for you or someone else
- update contact details for you or your organisation
- add or change your bank account details
- make payments, including direct debit and setting regular direct debits
- track refunds
- file tax returns
- check payments and return information (from 2015 onwards)
- receive correspondence and notifications from us
- send and receive secure web messages
- upload and send documents
- check, update and print confirmation of your income
Use two-step verification in myIR
Once you’ve set up your myIR profile, you can choose to strengthen security by using two-step verification.
When logging into myIR with two-step verification, you will need to provide a unique security code to verify your identify.
You can receive security codes by email or an authenticator app on your mobile device.
myIR for Individuals
Registering and acting on behalf of someone else
If you're a parent or legal guardian living with a child under 16, you can register a myIR account for your child. But if your child is over 16, you cannot register on their behalf.
If someone wants you to be their nominated person and act on their behalf, you can access their account details through your own myIR logon. You will have to be set up as a nominated person before you can do this.
myIR for business and organisations
Letting people access your myIR account
You can give people a web logon to access your business or organisation myIR account. You can set what they see in your account and remove their access at any time.
Registering someone else to act on your behalf
You can nominate someone to act on behalf of your company, trust, estate, partnership or other non individual account.
They will have to be set up as a nominated person before they can access your IRD accounts through myIR.
Executive office holders acting on behalf
Your organisation can appoint an executive office holder (EOH) to act on your behalf. Setting someone up as the EOH for your organisation means they can:
- register for a myIR account for your organisation
- make enquiries
- have financial authority
- receive statements.