My details

  • My details
  • Income and tax paid
  • Tax credits
  • Refund or tax to pay?
  • Additional information
  • Declaration
  • Receipt

Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

Personal details

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IRD number can be 8 or 9 digits long

If you don't remember your IRD number, it's included at the top of any return or correspondence from Inland Revenue or you can phone us on 0800 377 774.

When you transmit your return to Inland Revenue, we use the IRD number to:

  • confirm that the return being sent is the one you intended to send
  • help confirm that the person sending the return is authorised to do so
  • allow the return to be passed directly into our computer system.

If any of the above information doesn't match with our records there will be a delay in processing the return and sending the assessment or refund.

 

The Document Lodgement Number (DLN) is the 14-character number printed either in the text of the letter we sent you or on the top right and bottom of page one of the paper return you've received.

When you transmit your return to Inland Revenue, we use the DLN number to:

  • confirm that the return being sent is the one you intended to send
  • help identify each return we receive
  • allow the return to be passed directly into our computer system.

Please ensure the DLN you use is for the correct year.

If you don't have this number either call us on 0800 377 774 or download a printable return to complete and send back by post.

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Please select any of the following that are incorrect or missing from your DLN letter or paper return

You will be able to change this information on the next screen.

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As above

This should be your own, not your agent's address.
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A BIC code is required if you have self-employed income

Find your BIC code on the Business industry description website

  Industry description

 

This description may need updating.
Check or update your business industry classification code to change your industry description.

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This is where any refund will be deposited.

If you have a credit union account number you need to call us on 0800 377 774 to get your account details updated.

Special situations

Select any of the following that applied to you during the period 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013.
If... Then...

If you have never applied you need to register to receive Working for Families Tax Credits.

Working for Families Tax Credits are paid to low and middle income families with dependent children up to 18 years.

Find out more about Working for Families Tax Credits.

If you have any adjustments to make and have not told us about them please tick here.

You may need to complete an IR3NR tax return instead of this return.

Find out more about tax residency.

We won't be able to do your tax calculation online. Complete the rest of this return and your tax assessment will be calculated and posted out to you. You will need to tell us why this is a part year return and indicate the start and end dates this return covers.

If you did not receive a shareholder-employee salary but may in the future please tick here

If you qualify for Working for Families Tax Credits, and you are a major shareholder working full-time without pay for your close company which earns gross income, please read the ?Help text and tick this box if it applies to you.

My taxable income

Select any of the following that applied to you during the period 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013.*

Sources of income


Expenses


Amounts brought forward from previous periods


Provisional tax already paid


No income?