Tax Rebate contact number
When you need to enquire about tax rebates, one call to the Tax Rebate contact number is all you need. We’ll connect you straight to HM Revenue and Customs, the department of the UK government responsible for the collection of taxes, the distribution of some state benefits, and setting the national minimum wage. If you feel you are owed a tax rebate or you would like to find out more information about anything surrounding the issue, calling the Tax Rebate contact number will help solve your problem.
HMRC was formed when Inland Revenue merged with Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise back in 2005, and has since become one of the most contacted government departments. HMRC’s Pay As You Earn scheme (PAYE) allows the department to calculate your tax bracket according to your earnings – the more you earn, the higher your tax bracket, and consequently the more tax you pay. Income tax is automatically taken from your salary and paid directly to HMRC.
Why do people call the Tax Rebate contact number?
The most common reason for calling the Tax Rebate contact number is to enquire whether you have paid too much tax. If this is the case, you should call up the number listed on this page and request that the HMRC recalculates your tax bracket. Paying too much income tax is very common, especially if you have switched jobs, or you work a part-time job alongside your full-time position. Often the team at HMRC will be able to check whether you are owed any money while you stay on the line. If not, they will ask you for any required information to accurately assess your situation.
When calling the Tax Rebate contact number you should have as much information to hand as possible – including your full address, employment and salary details and National Insurance number. The more information you can provide, the quicker your query will be resolved. Although there are ways you can contact the HMRC online, we strongly advise that you handle your tax rebate issues over the phone. This is the quickest and most secure way to have your query answered.
If you think you are owed a tax rebate or you would like to find out more information about claiming, make one call to the Tax Rebate contact number now and we will connect you directly to a HMRC advisor.