Ways to Pay Inland Revenue
Inland Revenue will no longer accept cheques from 1st March 2020
Of course they’ll still want you to pay them, so what options do you have for sending money to the IRD?
When filing your returns online, you are given an option at the end of the process to pay a number of different ways.
For example: Direct debit, debit card, and credit card payments.
You can register for MyIR via the Inland Revenue website.
Your bank will have an option to make payments to the IRD whilst you are logged into your banking software.
If you are unsure as to where this is located, you will need to contact your bank directly for more information.
Credit or Debit card
You can visit the IRD website and choose the Pay option to pay online.
You can make payments to the IRD by visiting a Westpac branch and paying by Eftosor Smart ATM
Paying from Overseas
You can pay from overseas by using a money transfer service.
*Please note that charges may apply for some of the above options.
For more information on payment services, visit the IRD website.