Where can I find my IRD number?
An IRD number is an eight or nine digit number unique to you. You can find your IRD number on your payslip, on letters or statements from the Inland Revenue or on your KiwiSaver statement.
If you’re an ASB customer you can find a record of your Tax Details, including your IRD number, current Resident Withholding Tax rate (RWT), and Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR) in the ASB Mobile Banking app or FastNet Classic internet banking.
To find them in the ASB Mobile Banking app:
- Log in and tap your Profile in the top right hand corner.
- When the Profile settings screen opens, tap Personal details.
- Scroll down and open up Tax details.
To find them in FastNet Classic internet banking:
- Log In to FastNet Classic and select your Profile in the top right hand corner.
- Select Update Tax Details.
- You’ll see any tax details we have for you displayed here.
You can alter your RWT rate and PIR yourself here. You can also add your IRD number if ASB does not already have it. If you need to update your IRD number, please contact us on 0800 803 804.
For further information please contact the Inland Revenue.
If you’d like to ‘store’ your IRD number and other important information, such as your passport details and drivers licence, you can save them together in FastNet Classic in your own online vault.
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