There are several reasons for dealing with HMRC. Common grounds for contacting HM Revenue and Customs service helpdesk include reporting circumstantial changes, getting help with tax, and making a complaint.
HOW TO DEAL WITH HER MAJESTY'S REVENUE & CUSTOMS (HMRC)
HMRC is an abbreviation for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
The principle responsibility of HM Revenue and Customs is the collection of taxes from citizens who reside in the United Kingdom.
The official HMRC address is HM Revenue and Customs, BX9 1AS, United Kingdom.
You will also need to use the correct departmental title if you post any forms or documents to them. Besides being the UK customs authority, HMRC also collect tax and payments.
This revenue helps to contribute to public services and those who need financial support in this country. That said, HMRC must report their spending to Parliament which is overseen and regulated by the Treasury minister.
HM REVENUE & CUSTOMS CONTACTS: You can contact HMRC helplines and online services helpdesk for questions and enquiries about taxation, self assessment, and PAYE.
HMRC TAXES HELPLINE: (for individuals, employees, pensioners and people on benefits)
Telephone: 0300 200 3300
Textphone: 0300 200 3319
NEWLY SELF-EMPLOYED HELPLINE
Telephone: 0300 200 3504
SELF ASSESSMENT HELPLINE
Telephone: 0300 200 3310
HM Revenue and Customs
APPEAL TO FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL: The guide explains HMRC First Tier Tribunal rules for making an appeal to the tax tribunal. Find out what happens at First-tier tax tribunal hearings and what to do if you lose the case.
APPOINT A TAX AGENT: There may be times when it is best to appoint someone to deal with HMRC for you - or on your behalf. Find out how to appoint a tax agent to represent you.
TAX HELP: UK taxation can be a little taxing at times. This guide is for those who need some extra help with tax problems and issues with taxes.
APPEALING A TAX DECISION: There are several steps you can take if you disagree with a tax decision. Check the process of appealing against a tax decision and how to get a review by HMRC.
Dealing with Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in the United Kingdom