You can choose to have someone else manage your levy account on your behalf. You can give them authority in a number of ways.
You can give a representative, such as a friend or family member, permanent authority to act on your behalf.
You need to send us a form. Once we receive the form, it usually takes about two business days to process. You can call us to check that everything has gone through.
ACC1766 Giving access to your levy information
You can invite another person to view or update your information online with MyACC for Business. Just use the ‘relationships’ function to invite them to your account.
Right now, they’ll only be able to view or change details that are in MyACC for Business. This won’t give them access to your account if they contact us.
You can also change or remove their access yourself.
Login or register for MyACC for Business
As an employer, any staff that manage your ACC account and have your business details will automatically have access to your levy account.
If you’re a larger business with a relationship manager, you can fill in a form stating who you’d like to have access to your levy account.
Any new staff that aren’t included on this form must get clearance from an authorised person, such as a CEO, to get access.
To find out more, contact your relationship manager.
If you're a professional intermediary, such as an accountant, tax agent, or financial advisor, you can get authorisation from us to access all your clients’ accounts.
Account access for agents and advisors
If you've given someone the authority to look after your money or property under a general power of attorney or an enduring power of attorney, send us a copy of the legal document by email.
Once we receive this, it'll take about two business days to process.
Call us to cancel someone's authorisation to your levy account.
Call us Monday to Friday, 7am – 7pm:
Employers 0800 222 776Self-employed 0508 426 837Tax agents 0800 222 991Email email@example.com
Darryl, Digital team