HMRC Contact 0870 025 0421

HMRC Contact 0870 025 0421

 

Contact HMRC on 0870 025 0421

Contact the HMRC helpline today on 0870 025 0421.

Contact HMRC for information about and queries relating to , Child Tax Credits, Working Tax Credits, Income Tax incl. Self Assessments, National Insurance and Capital Gains Tax and Tax rebates plus many more.

Contact HMRC for all problems via 0870 025 0421
The HMRC phone lines can be very busy, especally for queries, please be patient around peak times.

You can call the tax credit office for all problems, opening times are Monday-Friday 8am to 8pm and 8am to 4pm on Saturdays.
The HMRC offices are closed on Sundays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

 

HMRC Contact 0870 025 0421 

HMRC Contact 0870 025 0421

 

General HM Revenue and Customs details
With an annual budget of 4.1 billion HMRC is a non-ministerial UK Government department that is responsible for collecting taxes, distributing certain state benefits and administering the national minimum wage.
They were formed in 2005 through a merger of Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise and the Inland Revenue.
Her Majesty’s Revenue And Customs (which is often abbreviated to HMRC) is a non-ministerial department of the British government.
It is responsible for collecting taxes and administering state support.
It’s also instrumental in implementing things like the national minimum wage. The department was formed via a merger of the Inland Revenue and Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise. This was made under the Labour government and was spearheaded by the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. It has been in effect since April 18th 2005.

 

HMRC Contact 0870 025 0421 

Reasons for phoning HMRC

If you suspect you have paid too much tax you should call HMRC after the end of each tax year (April the 5th). When you phone them you can request that they re-calculate your tax bracket and refund any amount that you are owed.

If you are new to the country you should call HMRC to apply for a National Insurance number and inquire about the Direct Payment Scheme.

You should phone HMRC if you are an employer and want to inquire about which tax code an employee should be placed in, or to find out how much National Insurance they should pay.

If you have inherited estate or assets you should phone HMRC to get information and advice about how much inheritance tax you should pay.

Phone HMRC’s tax credit helpline or Child & Working tax credits, if you feel you are on a low income and feel you are entitled to tax credits call 0870 025 0421.

You should phone HMRC if you have a new business and would like information and advice about how to pay income tax on it.

You can ring the HMRC VAT helpline, below, if you would like information about your rights concerning VAT, or would like to complain about how much you have paid.

Accountants call HMRC on a regular basis to gain information and advice about a customer’s tax details. They get to use a special phone number that the general public are not supposed to use. Any non-accountant who uses it will have their call ended immediately.

You can call Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs to report fraud. Types of fraud that they receive calls about include: benefit fraud, non-payment of VAT, deliberate non payment of duty or tax on cigarettes, alcohol, tax evasion, suspicion of money laundering.

 

 

 

Contact the HMRC helpline today on 0870 025 0421.

 

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  • HMRC contact 0870 025 0421

    HMRC contact 0870 025 0421

     

    Contact HMRC on 0870 025 0421

    Contact the HMRC helpline today on 0870 025 0421.

    Contact HMRC for information about and queries relating to , Child Tax Credits, Working Tax Credits, Income Tax incl. Self Assessments, National Insurance and Capital Gains Tax and Tax rebates plus many more.

    Contact HMRC for all problems via 0870 025 0421
    The HMRC phone lines can be very busy, especally for queries, please be patient around peak times.

    You can call the tax credit office for all problems, opening times are Monday-Friday 8am to 8pm and 8am to 4pm on Saturdays.
    The HMRC offices are closed on Sundays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

     

    HMRC contact 0870 025 0421 

    HMRC contact 0870 025 0421

     

    General HM Revenue and Customs details
    With an annual budget of 4.1 billion HMRC is a non-ministerial UK Government department that is responsible for collecting taxes, distributing certain state benefits and administering the national minimum wage.
    They were formed in 2005 through a merger of Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise and the Inland Revenue.
    Her Majesty’s Revenue And Customs (which is often abbreviated to HMRC) is a non-ministerial department of the British government.
    It is responsible for collecting taxes and administering state support.
    It’s also instrumental in implementing things like the national minimum wage. The department was formed via a merger of the Inland Revenue and Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise. This was made under the Labour government and was spearheaded by the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. It has been in effect since April 18th 2005.

     

    HMRC contact 0870 025 0421 

    Reasons for phoning HMRC

    If you suspect you have paid too much tax you should call HMRC after the end of each tax year (April the 5th). When you phone them you can request that they re-calculate your tax bracket and refund any amount that you are owed.

    If you are new to the country you should call HMRC to apply for a National Insurance number and inquire about the Direct Payment Scheme.

    You should phone HMRC if you are an employer and want to inquire about which tax code an employee should be placed in, or to find out how much National Insurance they should pay.

    If you have inherited estate or assets you should phone HMRC to get information and advice about how much inheritance tax you should pay.

    Phone HMRC’s tax credit helpline or Child & Working tax credits, if you feel you are on a low income and feel you are entitled to tax credits call 0870 025 0421.

    You should phone HMRC if you have a new business and would like information and advice about how to pay income tax on it.

    You can ring the HMRC VAT helpline, below, if you would like information about your rights concerning VAT, or would like to complain about how much you have paid.

    Accountants call HMRC on a regular basis to gain information and advice about a customer’s tax details. They get to use a special phone number that the general public are not supposed to use. Any non-accountant who uses it will have their call ended immediately.

    You can call Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs to report fraud. Types of fraud that they receive calls about include: benefit fraud, non-payment of VAT, deliberate non payment of duty or tax on cigarettes, alcohol, tax evasion, suspicion of money laundering.

     

     

     

    Contact the HMRC helpline today on 0870 025 0421.

     

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