Frequent question: Can I email the UK tax office?

There is no generally available facility to contact HMRC by email but it is possible to use structured or standard email, webchat and online forms for specific types of transactions and contact.

How do I contact HMRC?

HMRC may contact you by text message to either invite you to a telephone interview or to ask you to contact us by phone or webchat to discuss your claim. These messages do not ask for personal or financial information and will not include any links to websites.

Can I email HMRC about my tax code?

How to contact HMRC. You can contact HMRC via email or phone in order to report that your PAYE tax code is wrong. Use our checklist below to ensure that HMRC details of your wages, pension or other employment benefits in order that they may work out the correct PAYE tax code.

How do I contact my local HMRC office?

What is HMRC’s phone number?

  1. Telephone: Tax: 0300 200 3300, Self Assessment 0300 200 3310.
  2. Textphone: Tax 0300 200 3319, Self Assessment 0300 200 3319.
  3. Outside UK: +44 135 535 9022.
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Can you live chat with HMRC?

The HMRC Live Chat option is available in the middle of the page once you scroll down. Click on the Chat button under the heading “Web Chat” and it will redirect you to a chat box to talk with the member of the support team unless the advisers of web chat are busy. You can wait until an adviser is available to chat.

How do I get in touch with HMRC?

You’ll usually have the option to contact HMRC through an online form, webchat, by phone or by post.

You can also use HMRC ‘s Welsh language services:

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  2. Taliadau.
  3. Ymholiadau TAW, Tollau ac Ecséis.
  4. Treth Incwm, Hunanasesiad a mwy.

Is HMRC 0300 number free?

These non-geographic numbers were introduced by Ofcom in 2007 across the UK. These numbers are usually reserved for non-profit organisations, charities and public support services. For this reason, 0300 numbers cost to call. … They’re Not Free – 0300 numbers cost money to call and that’s the entire point.

How can I send an email to HMRC?

Once you know the full name of the individual it’s straightforward to work out the email address: it’s normally firstname.secondname@hmrc.gov.uk so, First Permanent Secretary (and Chief Executive) Jim Harra, can be mailed as jim.harra@hmrc.gov.uk.

How do I contact HMRC about my tax code?

If you think your tax code is wrong, you should contact HMRC. You can do this on the Income Tax Helpline 0300 200 3300 (or via the HMRC contact us page).

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Will HMRC automatically refund tax?

Yes, HMRC does refund overpaid tax, sometimes automatically and sometimes through the refund application process. It’s important to keep on top of your tax position because there are time limits on when you may make a claim for overpaid tax and apply for your tax rebate.

How do I get through to HMRC?

Telephone: 0300 200 3310

  1. Telephone: 0300 200 3310.
  2. From outside UK: +44 161 931 9070.

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How far back can HMRC investigate?

HMRC will investigate further back the more serious they think a case could be. If they suspect deliberate tax evasion, they can investigate as far back as 20 years. More commonly, investigations into careless tax returns can go back 6 years and investigations into innocent errors can go back up to 4 years.

How do I find my local tax office UK?

To find out which HMRC Tax Office deals with your tax issues look at a recent payslip. You will see a PAYE reference. The first 3 digits of this identify which tax office you need to deal with. Enter your 3 digit tax office code below to find their contact details.

How do I speak to an advisor at HMRC?

You can use Relay UK if you cannot hear or speak on the phone: dial 18001 then 0300 200 3300. Get help from HMRC if you need extra support. HMRC may ask if you want to add voice identification to your account. You can find out more in the Voice Identification Privacy Notice.

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