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Customer Service Hours

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Monday08:0020:00
Tuesday08:0020:00
Wednesday08:0020:00
Thursday08:0020:00
Friday08:0020:00
Saturday08:0016:00
Sunday09:0017:00

Pro Tips:

Ensure that you always have your National Insurance Number to hand when you call. This is your government identification and it allows access to information that will give the HMRC helpline phone staff a clear idea of your situation.

Declare your property and earnings abroad to avoid running into trouble later. Investments often don’t work out and if you are caught evading taxes later – this could carry a hefty fine and even a custodial sentence.

The British government has a transparent policy with regards to public funds in the UK. So if you want to know where your taxes are being spent – simply ask. Also dealt with is Freedom of Information requests, so if there’s a part of government that you would like more information on and this hasn’t been revealed, ask the HMRC contact number staff to transfer you to the department that deals with these requests.

A brief overview:

HMRC is a government organisation that regulates and processes public money to fund UK services and income support for families across the UK. Customs services have the responsibility of protecting our country both physically and economically as well as facilitating trade across our borders.

The well trained advisors are standing by to assist you with various branches within the HMRC network. Here you can report changes, appeal your tax requests and lodge a tax complaint. You can also call to receive help with any of the following general departments.

 

  • National Insurance
  • Tax Credits
  • VAT
  • Income Tax
  • Child Benefits
  • PAYE (for employers)
  • Self Assessment
  • Information on Tax Evasion and Avoidance
  • Personal or Business Tax Reform
  • and many more

 

Frequently asked questions:

How can I find out if I’m eligible for a tax break?

Call the HMRC phone number and ensure you are directed to the correct department where an advisor will be happy to find out if you’re able to save some money. Remember to have all the relative details available.

I’ve moved house and/or job, what do I need to do?

Call HMRC and let them know about the change of address as soon as possible and check your wage-slip for the tax code to ensure you aren’t paying too much?

How can I get a National Insurance Number?

Give the HM Revenue and Customs number a call and they will be happy to provide this for you. If you are moving to the UK, you can do this once you are here. You must have a visa that allows you to work and study or be a British citizen to get a National Insurance Number.

Am I entitled to benefits or tax credits?

Billions of £’s are unclaimed each year due to people not knowing that they are entitled to more than they know. All you need to do is ask! Remember that British MP’s and government ministers also claim these benefits, so there’s no reason to be shy or embarrassed. Call the HMRC number listed above and find out if you are entitled to £.