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HMRC Customer Support
We can help with general queries about HMRC products & services. Monday to Friday, 8am - 10pm; Saturday, 8am - 10pm, Sunday 9am - 10pm. No personal info please.
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HMRC Customer Support 4m
Replying to @ijevs
In that case, please contact an adviser to check this further for you. We have a web chat service available till 10pm here: Apologies for the inconvenience caused. Suchona
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Replying to @m_adwoa
Have you tried Verify? Follow this link & beneath ‘services with a different login’, select ‘your personal tax account using verify’: . Romana
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Replying to @alittl10
Hi Alan. Sorry you've been unable to get through. We can't arrange call backs here. Is there anything in general I can help you with? Suchona
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Replying to @mezzarrr
That tax code seems to be incorrect. He can check and update his tax code online via the Personal Tax Account. Please see link to register or sign in: Suchona
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Replying to @Davidll77516674
Hi David, that is a genuine number. The department will attempt to contact you again & if they can’t reach you by phone, they’ll write to you. Romana
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Replying to @GeorgieTruss
You would normally receive a letter to notify you of a refund for last year. Were you advised of an overpayment when you called? Regarding this year, can you tell me what your tax code is? Suchona
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Replying to @Dave1Allan
Hi Dave, thanks for highlighting this. You can report any scam emails/texts by forwarding them to the following address: phishing@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk. Romana
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Replying to @mixedberrypunch
If you haven't received a response by 31 May then I would suggest to contact an adviser to check this further. Please see: Suchona
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Replying to @m_adwoa
Hi, what problems are you having & are you trying to view details of tax paid in employment? Romana
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Replying to @mixedberrypunch
We should've dealt with the form by now, to chase up the progress of this please contact us by phone or webchat: . Henryk
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Replying to @DebbieH25261744
You would include details of profit & losses within your tax return. Romana
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Replying to @mjs2005
You will need to amend your tax return to reflect the tax paid in this case. Romana
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Replying to @ijevs
Can you confirm the tax code that your employer is using from your latest payslip? Henryk
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Replying to @KissMy_BadAss
Hi there, sorry you've been unable to get through. Is there anything in general I can help you with? Suchona
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Replying to @stacywoodx
In the form you will need to state the amount of the expense you're claiming for and that it is for washing of uniform. Henryk
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Replying to @Lozzi_Laura
Hi Laura, he can update his tax code online using the personal tax account: or speaking to a webchat adviser: . Henryk
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Replying to @mezzarrr
Sorry you've not got through. Can you tell me the tax code shown on your boyfriends last payslip? Suchona
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Replying to @GeorgieTruss
Hi Georgie. Sorry you've not got through. Is there anything in general I can help you with? Suchona
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Replying to @alicefiancet
Try the following when you log in: Select ‘Understand your tax code’ under the PAYE section. Then select ‘Check your tax-free amount’ & ’add a missing allowance or tax relief’. This will bring up another set of options for you to amend your tax code. Romana
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Replying to @ijevs
The line is generally quietest 8am – 10am Monday to Friday, 8am – 4pm Saturday and 9am -5pm Sunday. Can you confirm which tax year this relates to? Henryk
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