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With myIR you can access a range of online services when and where you want.




myIR - available anytime, anywhere.

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To register for myIR you just need your IRD number handy. Can't remember it?

Check out our video, Setting up a myIR account as an individual
We'll take you through the steps to register and activate your myIR account.

Use myIR to access a range of online services
  • Check if you're due a tax refund.
  • File and pay your GST.
  • Check your student loan balance.
  • Manage your child support payments
  • Check and update your Working for Families details.
  • Keep an eye on your KiwiSaver contributions.
Quick tips for using my IR
  • Reset your password using the Need assistance link on the login screen.
  • Update your contact details so you get the latest information from us.
  • Check your latest payment or balance. You can do this on your smartphone.
  • Find your letters and statements under Things to do on the homepage.

Find out more about what you can do in myIR

Things you need to know when setting up a new myIR account
Your personal account

When you register for myIR you'll need your IRD number.

You can't create a myIR account for another person, even if that person nominates you to act on their behalf or you are their spouse/ partner.

A nominated person or spouse/partner can't access a myIR account on someone else's behalf.

Your business account

When you register for myIR you'll need your business's IRD number.

Employees can't create a myIR account on behalf of their employer. The employer can create an account then delegate any regular tasks to employees.

Your company, trust or partnership account

When you register for myIR you'll need the company, trust or partnership's IRD number.

If you're an executive office holder (EOH) you  can create an account on behalf of their employer or organisation

Directors of companies, trustees of trusts and partners of partnership can appoint anyone to be an EOH, for example a payroll or office manager.

Find out about appointing an executive office holder to act on your behalf.

Your club, society or school account

When you register for myIR you'll need the club, society or school's IRD number.

To create an account for your school, club or society you must be the executive office holder (EOH).

Only those who hold an official EOH position or a leadership-type executive role can be set up as an EOH, for example a principal, treasurer or president.