HMRC helpline 0843 168 0206
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is a non-ministerial division of the Government, responsible for the administration and gathering of taxes, including income, corporation, capital gains, inheritance, value added (VAT), stamp duty and tax. In addition, HMRC also handles environmental taxes as well as National Insurance, state support benefits such as Tax Credits, the administration of anti-money laundering legislation and the protection of the UK’s borders (through the UK Border Agency).
Whether you have an enquiry relating to personal or business taxation or a related benefit, you’ll find a wealth of information at the HMRC website. Alternatively, due to the private nature of such financial enquiries many people prefer to contact the Tax Office directly to discuss your situation please phone the contact number provided –
0843 168 0206
The completion of tax-returns and self-assessment online
This can seem daunting but with a little guidance, it needn’t be we have illustrated a step-by-step guide featuring key issues, from stringent deadline dates to commercial software designed to assist with the personal tax return process.
Essential tax-return deadliHMRC helplinenes:
- Registration for Self-Assessment 5th Oct
- Paper Tax Returns midnight 31st Oct
- Online Tax Returns midnight 31st Jan (the following year)
- Final payment of any tax midnight 31st Jan
Need to Call the VAT Helpline? –
0843 168 0206
The VAT helpline can be called if:VAT-helpline
You want to find general information pertaining to VAT services online
You need to report a chance in your details, cancel registration or transfer registration
Commonly Asked Questions for the VAT Helpline
1. Why might I need to register for VAT?
What is a VAT Return and why might I need one?
3. How can I pay my VAT bill?
What Is VAT?
HMRC helpline – 0843 816 6309
VAT stands for Value Added Tax, which is a tax levied on all goods and services purchased in the UK. Introduced in 1973, it is the third largest source of government revenue, after income tax and National Insurance.
As of 2014, the standard rate of tax for most goods is 20%, but this can vary for certain items such as domestic fuel (which has a VAT rate of 5%) or foods and children’s clothing (for which VAT is 0%).
Because VAT is paid to the government by the seller or trader, it is what is known as an indirect or regressive tax.
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