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.
How do I find my HMRC office number?
Your Accounts Office Reference Number is a unique, 13 character code which will be shown on the letter you received from HMRC when you first registered as an employer.
How do I contact my local HMRC office?
What is HMRC’s phone number?
- Telephone: Tax: 0300 200 3300, Self Assessment 0300 200 3310.
- Textphone: Tax 0300 200 3319, Self Assessment 0300 200 3319.
- Outside UK: +44 135 535 9022.
How do I find my HMRC Account Office reference?
The accounts office reference number is made up of 13 characters, in the following format; 123PA12345678. You can use the online HMRC checker to verify this number. You can contact the HMRC employer helpline to request these reference numbers again if you misplace them.
How do I get in touch with HMRC?
+44 135 535 9022
- the official HMRC app.
- your personal tax account or business tax account using HMRC online services.
How do I find out my tax office reference number?
As an employee you will be able to find your tax office reference number on payroll correspondence from your employer. The easiest place to find your tax reference is on your payslip but be careful not to confuse this with your tax code which is also detailed on payslips.
How long does it take to get a certificate of residence from HMRC?
HMRC Certificate of Residence
Processing time: 1 to 2 days depending on certification required. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will provide UK resident persons and companies with an official ‘certificate of residence’.
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.
Can I chat online with HMRC?
HMRC Online Chat Is Open For The Following Hours:
The HMRC online chat service runs in its website to help answer your questions. The support team will not have access to your account. And provide you with best possible information regarding accounts, services, payments and general inquiries.
Do HMRC ever ring you?
HMRC is aware of an automated phone call scam which will tell you HMRC is filing a lawsuit against you, and to press 1 to speak to a caseworker to make a payment. We can confirm this is a scam and you should end the call immediately. This scam has been widely reported and often targets elderly and vulnerable people.
How do I find my tax reference number UK?
Call the Self Assessment helpline to request your UTR if you cannot find any documents from HMRC . If you have a limited company, you can request your Corporation Tax UTR online. HMRC will send it to the business address that’s registered with Companies House.
Is PAYE reference same as tax office reference?
Account Office Reference Number
This one is issued by HMRC at the same time as they issue Employer PAYE Reference number. Account Office Reference Number is a 13-digit number required when paying to HMRC the PAYE liabilities. Any documents given to employees do not contain this number.
Where is PAYE reference on payslip?
The first two digits of your Payroll Number is the key to finding your PAYE Reference number.
Is there a free number for HMRC?
How do I contact HMRC by phone? The main telephone number is the Tax Credit Helpline: 0345 300 3900 (textphone 0345 300 3909). From abroad, you can ring +44 2890 538 192. You can also use NGT text relay if you cannot hear or speak on the phone: dial 18001 then 0345 300 3900.
Can I send an email to HMRC?
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.
Can I ask HMRC a question online?
You’ll usually have the option to contact HMRC through an online form, webchat, by phone or by post. Find out how to get help from HMRC if you need extra support, for example if you need information in an alternative format or another language.