Inland Revenue Phone Number 0843 515 9413
Our Inland Revenue phone number directs your call to the main customer service team who will endeavour to assist you with your enquiry. There are many situations in which our Inland Revenue phone number can be invaluable. Although many of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs services are now accessible online, there are complex situations in which speaking to an adviser is essential.
Inland Revenue phone number opening hours
Specific Inland Revenue helplines can be called between the following hours:
- 8am and 8pm on a Monday to Friday
- 8am to 4pm on Saturdays
- Lines are closed on Banks Holidays, Christmas Day & Boxing Day
If calling to discuss the sometimes confusing Tax Credits or Child Benefit systems, there is a specific HMRC helpline telephone number each of these.
PAYE tax, self-employed tax and National Insurance contributions are other areas where a telephone number to a helpful expert can be of immeasurable assistance.
For individuals who are hearing impaired, textphone arrangements are available for each Inland Revenue helpline. This enables the client to communicate by typing into a special handset. It’s also possible to contact an adviser using the specific fax number associated with the helpline telephone number in question. Each line also has an associated postal address.
Individuals & Businesses commonly contact the Inland Revenue
Advisers can also help with queries about Capital Gains or Inheritance taxes.
An employer may well require an Inland Revenue contact number and the service offers dedicated helplines for both new employers and those experiencing unforeseen problems or with unusual queries about their responsibility as an employer.
The construction industry is notorious for the complexity of its tax regulations, and the Inland Revenue phone number for CIS queries can advise contractors and subcontractors on an issue with the Construction Industry Scheme, and also arrange to post out leaflets and key forms.
Businesses and corporations of all sizes often need an Inland Revenue contact number. VAT is a complex area and import/export activity can sometimes give rise to queries which cannot be resolved through online research and require a conversation with a skilled tax professional.
Charities and clubs are of course subject to different tax regulations and an Inland Revenue phone number can be invaluable in resolving queries about the tax status of your organisation.
Need to complete a Self Assessment?
This can be done online at www.gov.uk. Alternatively you can complete the relevent paperwork and send it to:
HM Revenue and Customs – Self Assessment
PO Box 4000
Experiencing difficulties completing your Self Assessment form? Well, why not call 0843 515 9413 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Web-SA
HMRC Revenue and Customs generally advises people to contact them via their website, and all the Inland Revenue phone numbers mentioned above are listed on the site with alternatives as mentioned. However, there are special arrangements for professional tax agents and advisers, with a range of dedicated Inland Revenue contact numbers.