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Cancellation of income estimation for child support

(To use this service you need to be registered for myIR Secure Online Services)

About this service

Use this service if you have estimated your current taxable income for your child support assessment and now want to cancel that estimate. It's the same as completing the Cancellation of income estimation for child support (IR111) form.

When to use this service

You can cancel your estimate at any time before or during, but not after, the child support year it applies to. We will recalculate your child support assessment using the adjusted taxable income that would have been used if you hadn't estimated. You may have to make a catch up payment. If you do, it will appear on your statement of account.

This form will take about 10 minutes to complete.

What you will need

You'll need your IRD number, which you'll find on your payslip or notice of assessment/entitlement.

After you finish

We may call you to confirm that the details are correct on this form.

For details about cancelling estimations see our leaflet Child support - estimating your income (IR151).

 

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