If you take our local tax office, which can be seen at: http://www.mylocalservices.co.uk/West_Midlands/HMRC/1026331/Birmingham_Tax_Office_HMRC_Birmingham_Inland_Revenue.html it’s clear that its in an accessible easy to reach area! As is our HMRC Preston.
But finding a tax office can in fact be really difficult,
Finding a tax office in the UK can be a difficult task. However, by taking the right steps you can achieve your goal. Here are some helpful tips to accomplish the mission:
1. Postcode search
This website allows you to find local tax offices: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/enq/index.htm. All you have to do is click on the link and then key in your postcode. It’s important to keep in mind that this shows your local tax office. It won’t show information such as regional tax offices, for applications. There are other sources that you’ll have to use for different types of tax offices. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the local tax office will be the right source for handling many tax issues. It’s just a matter of determine whether or not it’s the right source for the information you need.
2. Payroll office
Your company’s payroll office should be able to provide the employer’s tax office if you require such information. That includes information such as the address and phone number of the office. The information can also be found on the payslip. However, it’s not very common, so you’ll likely have to take the first step. If you have any questions about the current tax code regarding payroll taxes, the company’s tax office should be able to answer any questions that you have. However, there are other sources you can use if that’s not possible.
3. HMRC Tax Office
The phone number is: 0905-915-6500. After calling the number you’ll have the option of being directly connected to the customer service department of the HMRC Tax Office, or have the number read to you. The benefits of this system are that it’s practical, convenient, and provides the user with transparency. Other information can also be found at: http://www.direct.gov.uk. Information about tax information is free when accessed from the website. Keep in mind that the cost for using the phone service is £2.00 besides the access charge from your particular network provider. However, what’s most important is that you can get the information you need for answering your tax questions.
If you click on the “agents enquiries” you can locate your local tax office by keying in your employer reference.
4. HMRC website
After visiting the HMRC’s homepage you will then be provided with 5 different options for getting in touch with your local tax office for enquiries. They include: 1) individual tax, 2) employer, 3) corporation tax, 4) self-employed tax, and 5) agent. All of the enquiries can be dealt with by using the contact number of the Tax Office. When choosing the initial 2 choices, the homepage gives some instructions about how you can contact them. That includes e-mail, phone, and also snail-mail. The homepage also shows the opening hours of HMRC. However, it suggests using the above-mentioned channels before you contact it.