Tax Return

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0300 200 3310

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Tax Return Contact Numbers

Department
Opening Times
Tax returns services Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Where to send your return Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Deadlines Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Penalties Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Making changes to your return Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Getting help with your return Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm
Returns for someone who has died Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm

Tax returns services

You can use this number to find out if you need to send a tax return.

If you have had an email or letter from the HMRC telling you that you need to fill in a tax return, but you’ve never done this before you can phone the number above to find out why you need to know and get help doing so. If you don’t think that you need to fill one out, you can use this number above to speak to them and get the matter cleared up.

Use this number to get information about claiming tax relief too, and find out what circumstances allow you to claim money back from the HMRC.

Where to send your return

Calling this number is the best way to find out the most suitable option for you when it comes to returning your self-assessment tax form.

Deadlines

When you phone this number they will be able to inform you of the different dates when it comes to a tax return, such as when you need to register for self-assessment by, the paper tax returns deadline, the deadline for online tax returns and when you will need to pay the tax that you owe.

If you want the HMRC to collect the tax you owe automatically, you must submit your return by a certain date, to find out when that is you can phone the number above.

Penalties

When you phone this number they can tell you how much you can expect to pay if your tax return is late. If you have a valid excuse for returning it late, you might not have to pay the penalty, you can use this number to find out if your reason is valid.

It’s also possible to appeal a penalty if you have a reasonable excuse, you can use this number above to speak to the HMRC and find out if this is possible in your situation.

Making changes to your return

When you call this number they will tell you the latest date you can make a change to your tax return, and details on how best to make the changes you need to. In some cases, it might result in you having to pay more money, or it could entitle you to a tax refund.

If you make changes online to your tax return it will be updated within three days, whereas if you make the changes via the post, it can take up to four weeks for the changes to be accounted for. If you’ve waited longer that either of these times, use the number above to get in touch with the HMRC and get an update.

Getting help with your return

Here they can explain the different options available to you and ensure you know how to put them into place to ensure you get your tax return correct and pay the amount owed to the HMRC.

Returns for someone who has died

When you phone this number they will be able to explain the options available to you and what needs to be done in the event of someone’s death. When you phone this number the HMRC can tell you whether you’ll need to fill in a Self Assessment Tax Return on the deceased’s behalf.

Tax Return Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Self-Assessment
HM Revenue and Customs
BX9 1AS
United Kingdom

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