The Minister of Inland Revenue is the political office of Minister for the department of Inland Revenue which is responsible for the collection of taxes. "Minister of Inland Revenue" is a title held by politicians in different countries. As of 2017 the office (renamed as "Minister of Revenue") remains in use in New Zealand, held by Stuart Nash; no historical information about the New Zealand office is provided on the government web site.
In Canada the office of Minister of Inland Revenue was created by Statute 31 Vict., c. 49, and assented to on 22 May 1868. The first office holder was William Pearce Howland. In 1918 it was combined with The Department of Customs to become the Department of Customs and Inland Revenue. Arthur Lewis Sifton was Canadian Minister of Inland Revenue on May 17, 1918, the next day May 18, 1918, he was Canadian Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue. Since 1927, the position has been the Minister of National Revenue.