Can you ask HMRC questions?
HMRC have launched an online forum where individuals, businesses and employers can post questions on a range of tax topics for HMRC to answer. … Anyone can access the ‘Customers Forum‘. There are many different ‘rooms’ available – including ones on Self Assessment, Income From Property, and Expenses.
Can you live chat with HMRC?
New HMRC web chat service available. HMRC’s web chat service allows you to have a one-on-one online conversation with an adviser. It is now available to help tax credit claimants.
How do I speak to a real person at HMRC?
If you need to speak to a live customer service representative in HM Revenue and Customs customer service you need to dial 0300-200-3300 (Outside UK: +44-135-535-9022). To speak with a live agent, you need to stay on the line (typical waiting time is about 2-10 minutes).
Can you ask HMRC for advice?
How to ask for advice. You must send one email for each of the goods you’re asking advice on – we’ll reject your request if you do not. Email the Tariff Classification Service: email@example.com for non-legally binding advice on classifying your goods.
Do HMRC do random checks?
HMRC carries out compliance checks on a proportion of returns to check their accuracy. Some checks will be completely random, while others will be made on businesses operating in ‘at risk’ sectors or where prior risk assessments have been conducted.
What documents can HMRC ask for?
You can ask for any personal information that we hold on you, such as:
- employment history.
- record of earnings.
- tax paid.
- National Insurance contributions paid.
- benefits received.
- record of written correspondence or telephone calls.
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 send HMRC a message?
HMRC will never ask for personal or financial information when we send text messages. Do not reply if you get a text message claiming to be from HMRC offering you a tax refund in exchange for personal or financial details. Do not open any links in the message.
Is it free to call HMRC?
Throughout its leaflets, forms and website, HMRC usually claims that these numbers can be rung and “calls will be charged at local rates”. Local rate calls from residential landlines, according to BT, cost between 1p and 4p per minute depending on the day you ring and the time of day.
How do I contact HMRC by phone free?
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 contact HMRC by telephone?
Example The ‘Income Tax: general enquiries’ helpline is 0300 200 3300. Dial 18001 0300 200 3300 to contact the ‘Income Tax: general enquiries’ helpline by text relay. HMRC also offers a textphone service for some of its helplines.
How do I talk to someone about my tax return?
How to speak directly to an IRS agent
- Call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 during their support hours. …
- Select your language, pressing 1 for English or 2 for Spanish.
- Press 2 for questions about your personal income taxes.
- Press 1 for questions about a form already filed or a payment.
- Press 3 for all other questions.