Going To A Tax Enquiry Centre

Advice on going to a Tax Enquiry Centre

You can speak to someone face-to-face at a Tax Enquiry Centre. Most Tax Enquiry Centres are accessible for disabled people and can provide induction loops, magnifiers to help you read the forms and crystal listening devices to help you if you are hard of hearing. If you need a sign language interpreter, or other interpretation services, these can be arranged.

You can find out where your nearest Tax Enquiry Centre is on the HM Revenue and Customs website at: www.hmrc.gov.uk.

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  • Corporation Tax debt
  • PAYE tax bill payment problems
  • National insurance NIC
  • VAT tax debt
  • Historical Corporation Tax, PAYE, NIC or VAT debt advice.
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  • Advice on legal proceeding regarding tax debts.
  • Business viability reviews
  • Assessment of tax debt liabilities
  • Help with tax problems

To make an appointment to see an adviser at a Tax Enquiry Centre, phone one of the HM Revenue and Customs helplines. Which helpline depends on what your enquiry is about. For a list of helplines, go to the HM Revenue and Customs website at: www.hmrc.gov.uk.