Various sources of Tax Data for you
Jump straight to the data sources available, and which we recommend as first sources of data:
- Paying your tax bill
- Business payment support line to negotiate deferring tax payments
- Web links to Government tax data
- Important Inland Revenue phone numbers
- Statutory forms
PAYING YOUR TAX BILL
BUSINESS PAYMENT SUPPORT LINE
The telephone number for the Inland Revenue is 0845 302 1435.
In our experience it is best for the taxpayer (not the agent) to contact the Inland Revenue directly. We would advise that you ensure that all your affairs are up to date and that you know the value of any current, and an estimate of any future likely, PAYE, tax or VAT that you cannot pay at present. You are also advised to have thought about how you are likely to be able to settle the liabilities – do you need three months, six months or a year to get back on your feet?
Whilst the Inland Revenue will do their best to help you, you should be sure that the business is going to return to profitability or that cash flow is going to improve, or you may just be delaying the inevitable.
If you want more advice on this, then contact us immediately.
TAX DATA LINKS
All the links are to Government sites and open in a new window.
INLAND REVENUE CONTACT NUMBERS
Employee general enquiries 0300 200 3300 Self-assessment and PAYE queries 0300 200 3401 VAT enquiries 0300 200 3700 National Insurance enquiries 0300 200 3500 New employer (brand new or under 3 years) or to Register as an employer Online 0300 200 3211 Employers advice website Stationery online orderline 0300 123 1074 Submit a nil PAYE monthly return Stationery orderline fax 0845 2 406 406 Contractors and sub-contractors verification and helpline 0300 200 3210 National Minimum Wage helpline 0845 917 2368 Accounts office – Cumbernauld 0845 366 7816 Accounts office – Shipley 01274 530750 Mineral Oils Relief Centre 0191 201 1813 Tax credit helpline 0845 300 3909 Online service helpdesk 0300 200 3600 Online services email email@example.com
TAX, STATUTORY AND OTHER GUIDANCE AND FORMS
Form 288a – appointment of Director/Secretary
Form 288b – resignation of Director/secretary
Advice on forming a company
Guidance on the choice of Company names
Business Names Act guidance
Glasgow: 0141 237 3878
Kilmarnock: 01563 578900
Stornoway: 01851 700362
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