How HMRC Collects Unpaid Corporation Tax

If you can't pay your company or organisation's Corporation Tax, don't ignore any correspondence or phone calls from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Contact HMRC immediately to discuss the problem.

If you don't do this and you don't pay on time, HMRC will send your company or organisation reminders. These reminders will be sent by post. HMRC may also phone you to discuss what you owe. They'll try to reach agreement with you to settle your bill.

If HMRC doesn't hear from you, or you have not satisfied them that your company or organisation can't pay its Corporation Tax, they will take legal action to collect the debt. What happens next depends on what country in the UK your company or organisation is registered in.

SMEs, businesses and companies in the UK are increasingly falling prey to corporation tax debt and are turning to our advice teams for assistance .We offer a range of solutions tailored to the tax needs of small business and companies. Contact us online using our online tax enquiry form or alternatively call us today.