2018
Friday June 22, 2018
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 19:05

Your guide to ACC levy invoices

There are more than 500,000 businesses in New Zealand. Each of these businesses while different in size and sector all have one thing in common, people.

Everyone who works or owns a business in New Zealand pays levies. Your levy goes towards insuring and protecting your most important assets – you and your people.

If there’s an injury at work, your levies enable the treatment and support needed to get everyone back to work as soon as possible. It also goes towards programmes to help prevent these injuries in the first place, helping to make all workplaces healthier and safer.

Annual ACC invoices for businesses are sent out from 9 July and there are a few things you need to know to make the process a whole lot easier.

Update your details online

If your details have changed since last year, you can update these online. If you do this by 22 June, we can invoice you correctly. If you update your details after this, we may need to send you a recalculated invoice.

Signing up to MyACC for Business can give you many other benefits such as your transaction history, checking what you owe, and paying your invoice online.

Register now for MyACC for business

If you’re no longer in business, let us know

If you are no longer in business, self-employed or contracting, you need to let us know. We’ll need to know when you stopped, or closed your business and your income for your final tax year. We’ll then send you out a final invoice and close your account.

If you’re no longer in business

How to understand your invoice

If you don’t know what your invoice means or why you’ve received one, we have a handy guide to tell you what’s what.

Explaining your invoice
Why you received an invoice

How to pay your levies

We have made paying your levies as easy as possible. The quickest way to do this is online.

Ways to pay levies

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