Pay Inland Revenue by Cheque


From 1 October 2014 you'll need to make sure Inland Revenue receives your payment on or before

the due date to avoid penalties and interest.

At the moment, any postal payments received by Inland Revenue within a set period after the due

date are treated as if received on time. From 1 October this will change.


Post it early


If you prefer to keep making payments by cheque, it's important that you consider potential

delays when posting your payment to Inland Revenue. New Zealand Post recommends

you allow 3–4 working days for delivery from cities and towns and 5–10 working days

 from rural areas.


Or pay online


You won't have any delays if you pay online through the "pay tax" function provided by most

New Zealand banks. It's quick and easy, and you can make payments up to and on the due date.

To find out more about paying online, go to 





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