Working Tax Credits Helpline
Working Tax Credits Helpline 0843 455 0127.
Working tax credits are aimed at people who work 16 hours or more each week and are paid for that work and they are based on the number of hours paid work you do every week. You can call the working tax credits number for more information.
In the same vein, you may be entitled to additional Tax Credits if you have a disability. This, of course, applies to the Self-employed and Employed people. To talk to an adviser or get information with regards to your eligibility, call the tax credits number.
The HMRC – Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is a non-ministerial department of the United Kingdom Government responsible for the payment of some forms of state support, collection of taxes and the administration of other regulatory regimes like the national minimum wage. The merger of the Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise and the Inland Revenue that took effect on 18 April 2005 formed the now HMRC.
Tax Credits Numbers 0843 455 0127.
HMRC is purely responsible for state support and collection of taxes and you can get a wide range of information on UK customs and tax department. You can get information on Value Added Tax and how to calculate it on the web page of HMRC or call the tax credits helpline or the working tax credits number if you want to speak directly with any of the officials of the company.
The HMRC is committed to offering help, support and necessary advice to all its clients. Among these services are; induction loops if you find hearing difficult, provides crystal listening devices, textphone, text relay service, big buttoned phones with amplifiers, lip speakers, assistance for customers who are unable to fill in forms and tax returns as well as British Sign Language interpreter. Call the tax credits number for general information about tax credits.
Business, Innovation and Skills.
Work and Pensions.
Foods Standard Agency.
HM Revenue and Customs.
Ministry of Justice.
Office of National Statistics.
UK Export Finance.
Contact Tax Credits by Post:
HM Revenue & Customs Tax Credits.
More information about working tax credits at Money Advice Service