Provisional tax payments that suits your business cashflow

Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) offers a better way to pay your provisional tax, so you can manage your cashflow, save time and reduce expenses. We call it: doing tax on your terms.

Why trust TMNZ

IRD Approved

TMNZ are IRD registered and the industry leaders

Flexible Payment

Pay provisional tax when it suits your business cashflow

Save Cost & Time

Save up to 30% on IRD interest by paying through TMNZ

Trusted Systems

We use the highest security standards so your funds are in safe hands

Expertise & Service

Fast and friendly advice from a dedicated team of experts

Innovative Solutions

Manage your provisional tax payments online

TMNZ services

Pay provisional tax

When it suits your business while reducing interest costs and penalties

Reduce risk on overpaid tax

Reduce tax liability risk and potentially earn more interest.

Reduce tax audit costs

And save up to 30% on IRD interest for reassessed tax

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

2020 TMNZ Roadshow – Tax chat with IRD

12:00 PM to 1:00PM (Online)

We will be hosting virtual events once a month from May to October.
Each month we will focus on a different topic that is sure to provide value in a post-COVID-19 environment whether you are a business owner, tax agent or curious to know what the future will look like.

Do you work for an accounting firm and manage taxpayer clients?

We can help you and your clients do tax on their terms

About TMNZ

As New Zealand’s leading tax pooling provider, no one understands provisional tax better than TMNZ. With the largest and most established tax pool in New Zealand, TMNZ is the industry innovator, providing the best service and best flexibility to our customers.

Our clients include thousands of small- and medium-sized businesses as well as some of New Zealand’s largest banks, state-owned enterprises and well known corporate names.

TMNZ is used by more businesses and accounting firms than any other tax pool


Taxpayers helped throughout New Zealand


Million in IRD compliance
costs saved

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TMNZ is trusted by many accounting firms throughout New Zealand and is the first choice for providing tax pooling services.


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