Tax Options (Payroll-Related Taxes)

 

We offer two options for handling your payroll-related tax payments and returns to Inland Revenue, which can be changed on your 'Tax' page.
  1. We manage your payroll-related taxes.
  2. You manage them yourself.
Note: When you elect to have iPayroll® manage your payroll-related tax for you, the relevant tax deductions will be sent to us with each payroll payment.
(Instead of you sending those tax payments to IRD later in the month).

At the appropriate times, we will submit all the necessary payroll-related returns and payments to Inland Revenue, on your behalf. This includes your Tax Remittances (IR 345 forms), Monthly Returns (IR 348 forms or electronic IR files) and KiwiSaver forms and schedules. We will pass your payroll-related tax deductions (including KiwiSaver deductions and contributions) onto Inland Revenue when they fall due. There is no additional charge for this service, and we accept responsibility for any late payment penalties, providing we have correctly received all payments.

Payroll Giving (iPayroll® Giving)

If iPayroll® manages your tax your employees can establish Payroll Giving donations themselves, via their Payslip Kiosk - there is no administration required from you.

PAYE Intermediary

Additionally, iPayroll® is an accredited and listed PAYE Intermediary. You can elect to have iPayroll® act as your PAYE Intermediary with Inland Revenue, which provides additional benefits.

If you wish, you can still do your own returns and payments to Inland Revenue, and administer your own Payroll Giving scheme. Please refer to Inland Revenue for full details on your tax obligations.

New Employers

All employers must be registered with Inland Revenue. Inland Revenue provides an online service to Register new Employers. You will need to use this service if your organisation is not already registered as an employer, or doesn't have an IRD number.

Tax History

Regardless whether we are managing your payroll-related tax or not, you will be able to review details of all deductions made.
 

For Tax Year  
From To Due Mth PAYE CSD SLD KSE KSR ESCT Total Form Sent?
1-Apr-2013 30-Apr-2013 20-May-2013 Apr
1-May-2013 31-May-2013 20-Jun-2013 May
1-Jun-2013 30-Jun-2013 20-Jul-2013 Jun
1-Jul-2013 31-Jul-2013 20-Aug-2013 Jul
1-Aug-2013 31-Aug-2013 20-Sep-2013 Aug
1-Sep-2013 30-Sep-2013 20-Oct-2013 Sep
1-Oct-2013 31-Oct-2013 20-Nov-2013 Oct $387.70 $0.00 $47.76 $83.68 $60.12 $12.24 $591.50 ir345 Y
1-Nov-2013 30-Nov-2013 20-Dec-2013 Nov $969.25 $0.00 $119.40 $209.20 $150.30 $30.60 $1,478.75 ir345 Y
1-Dec-2013 31-Dec-2013 20-Jan-2014 Dec $775.40 $0.00 $95.52 $167.36 $120.24 $24.48 $1,183.00 ir345 Y
1-Jan-2014 31-Jan-2014 20-Feb-2014 Jan $969.25 $0.00 $119.40 $209.20 $150.30 $30.60 $1,478.75 ir345 Y
1-Feb-2014 28-Feb-2014 20-Mar-2014 Feb $775.40 $0.00 $95.52 $167.36 $120.24 $24.48 $1,183.00 ir345 Y
1-Mar-2014 31-Mar-2014 20-Apr-2014 Mar $775.40 $0.00 $95.52 $167.36 $120.24 $24.48 $1,183.00 ir345 N
Note: Any totals from a Current Payroll onwards are subject to change
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Tips

  • Last Remittance Payments to 28-Feb-2014 sent to IRD.
  • Personal Tax Summary report gives a 1-page summary for each person of their year to date earnings.  Tip