Tax Rebate Phone Number 0843 455 0092
HMRC Income Tax & how to claim Income Tax Rebate using the Tax Rebate Phone Number.
Overview Of The HRMC & Income Tax.
The HRMC stands for Her Majesty’s Revenue And Customs. It is the department of the UK government which is responsible for the collection of HMRC income tax and the payment of some types of state benefits. It is also the government department that you need to phone to see if you are entitled to a tax rebate 0843 455 0092.
Tax Rebates From HRMC.
Often employees end up paying too much in income tax. This is very common when employees are changing jobs frequently or if they hold a part time job in addition to their main work. If you believe that you have overpaid on your tax, there are steps that you can take to get a tax rebate from the HMRC.
Tax Rebates For A Single Year.
To apply for your tax rebate, you should call the tax rebate phone number. Tell the HMRC support staff that you believe that you may have paid too much tax. Often they will be able to check your claim while you are talking on the telephone. If they are unable to check immediately, they will inform you of what information they require from you.
Tax Rebates For Multiple Years.
If you believe you have overpaid your taxes for some years, then you should call the tax rebate phone number. Once you have called the tax rebate phone number, ask the representative to send you a P800 Tax Calculation. Any tax refund that is due will be processed in the September after the tax year.
Tax Rebate Contact Number 0843 455 0092.
How To Claim A Tax Rebate If You Have Stopped Working.
When you stop working you are usually able to claim back some of the income tax that you have paid. The reasons for you stopping work might be because of unemployment, study or retirement. Because the tax year lasts from April 6th through to April 5th, you may have overpaid on your income tax if you stopped part way through that year. To find out if you have overpaid due to stopping work, you should contact the HMRC tax rebate contact number.
Time Limits For Claiming A Tax Refund.
In general, you have four years following the tax year in which the over payment occurred until you can make a claim. For example, if you made an over payment for the tax year ending April 5th, 2013, then you have until April 5th, 2017 until you can claim a tax rebate. If you don’t claim during this period, you may miss out on any HMRC income tax rebate that is due. So pick up the phone and call the tax rebate contact number and start getting back what you are due.
Ways To Contact The HMRC To Get A Tax Refund.
Contact HMRC Tax Helpline.
|Department||Telephone & Address|
|HMRC Tax Helpline||0843 455 0092|
|Tax Rebate Office||Tax Rebate Office.|
HM Revenue & Customs.
Pay As You Earn.
PO Box 1970.
|Office Hours||8.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Friday|
8.00am to 4.00pm Saturday
9.00am to 5.00pm Sunday