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Toll Free: 0800 4 PAYROLL (0800 472 976)

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Mailing Address

PO Box 202232
Takanini 2246

Physical Address

68a Walter Strevens Drive
Conifer Grove, 
Takanini, Auckland

The KeyLink Payroll Team

The KeyLink Team:

Evan Lyon: Owner, over 25 years experience in designing, building and running mission critical IT systems. Over 10 years of experience supporting and using payroll systems.

Brenda Dickson: Payroll Officer, over 25 years payroll experience with large and complex payrolls.

Linda Tana: Payroll Officer, over 4 years payroll experience in NZ and Australia.



KeyLink Payroll Updates

Change in IRD mileage rate for 2017

On 11 May 2017 the IRD published the mileage reimbursement rate for persons whose business travel is less than 5,000 km per year. The new rate is 73c per km for both petrol and diesel fuel vehicles....more…

Change to Tax Calculations for Annual Leave

In the past when an employee was paid Annual Leave as a lump sum before they went on holiday, we were able calculate their tax based on the number of pay periods...more…

Statements of Earnings

It is the time of year when Kiwis start thinking about whether they will get a tax refund or not. Some of them will ask their employers for a "Statement of Earnings" to help them. Employees have not...more…

Change in IRD mileage rate for 2016

n 4 May 2016 the IRD published the mileage rate for reimbursement of persons whose business travel is less than 5,000 km per year. The new rate is 72c per km. The equivalent rate last year was 74c...more…

More Public Service Payroll Problems

There have recently been reports in the media that Police and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) have got issues with their payroll. This is particularly embarrassing to MBIE...more…

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