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Payment Details
Enter your tax code for your PPL payments.
Work out your tax code at (search keywords: tax code) or call us on 0800 227 774.
You don't need to send us a completed Tax code declaration (IR330) form.
Note: PPL payments are considered salary and wage incomes for tax purposes.
Bank account number
Note: Payments are made fortnightly on a Thursday and can only
Account number
be made to a New Zealand bank account.
Do you pay child support through Inland Revenue?
Note: If you already pay or receive child support and want more information about what to do when your circumstances change,
or if you'd like to apply for child support, visit (search keywords: child support).
Your work record
To be eligible for PPL you must have:
Over any 26 of the 52 weeks before the date the child came into your care:
worked at least an average of 10 hours per week for any employer(s), or
been self-employed for at least an average of 10 hours per week
You don't need to have worked 10 hours in every week, as long as you average 10 hours or more over the 26 weeks.
You can't combine work you have done as an employee and in self-employment to meet the minimum 10 hours (e.g. if you worked for only
5 hours per week for an employer and 5 hours in self-employment you won't qualify for PPL).
What paid work is your application based on?
Tick one option
Note: If you meet work requirements both as a self employed person and an employee and want to combine your income to
meet the maximum payment, you must complete 2 forms and a declaration for both sources of income. On the second form only
complete your details, your work record, the declarations sections.
During the 52 weeks up to your EDD or date the child came into your care, have you:
been in paid work (either employed or self-employed) for at least any 26 weeks and
worked an average of at least 10 hours per week during these weeks.
Note: If you ticked no to either question you're not entitled to PPL.
What was your average weekly income from work or your ordinary weekly pay?
If you are:
an employee - use your income before tax (gross)
self-employed - use your income after deductions (net) but before tax.
See note 3 on page 6 for help working out your income.
Your payments will be matched to your income up to a maximum of $538.55 a week.
Are you resigning from employment instead of taking leave?
If self-employed leave blank
Note: If you decide to resign at a later date, you don't need to contact us.
Keeping in touch with work
If you are an employee you can work limited Keeping in Touch (KIT) hours without losing your entitlement to payments.
For more information about KIT hours contact the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment.
You must call Inland Revenue if you go back to work for more than your KIT hours.
If you are self-employed, you can do occasional oversight or administration of your business without losing your entitlement.
Industry group - Optional
We collect the following information for statistical purposes.
Please tick the industry group worked in in the 12 months before this PPL application.
Accommodation, restaurant
Cultural, recreational
Personal, other services
Agriculture, forestry, fishing
Health, community services
Transport, storage
Electricity, gas, water supplier
Wholesale, retail
Finance, business services, property
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