Working Tax Credits Number 0843 455 0127.
What is Tax Credit and who can qualify to receive them?
Tax Credits are benefits given by the State, to certain individuals in order to help them live efficiently and cope with paying the bills. People who qualify for working tax credit are individuals who are aged 25 and over, or 16 and over if the individual has children and working at least 30 hours a week. In some cases, if the individual has a child/children, they can qualify if they work 16 hours a week. It is important to note that tax credit are designed to help people who are on a low income.
Working out if this benefit applies to you can sometimes be deemed difficult. Therefore, it is often better to ask for information and advice from a trained tax adviser. Firstly, this can be done by visiting the .gov official website and using the online Tax Credits calculator tool. They can find out if they are eligible for tax credits and if so, get an estimate of how much they are likely to receive. In addition to this, you can always contact the Tax Credit Helpline team by calling one of the numbers on this help page.
Tax Credit Number.
In order to contact the helpline team with regards to general enquiries. And finding out if they are eligible to claim these benefits. You can contact them on 0843 455 0127 and speak to one of the HMRC customer service advisers quickly. This general enquiries lines for the HM Revenue and Customs will get you through to the tax team directly.
Tax Credit Number 0843 455 0127.
Furthermore, if someone needs to get through to the HMRC from abroad they can do so by calling +44 843 455 0127. Advisers on these numbers are available from Monday to Friday between 8 am and 8 pm, and on Saturday between 8 am and 4 pm. Lines are closed on Sundays and on bank holidays. Calls made to this line are generally about getting a claim form, renewing a claim, finding out about payments and making a complaint regarding your Tax Credit claim.
Contacting the HMRC via letter.
For many customers, the preferred method of communication will be to write a letter and post it to the correct department. Any letters of complaint should be sent to Tax Credits Office, Preston, PRE 4AT. For any new claims and information about claiming, letters will need to be posted to HMRC Tax Credit Office, Liverpool, L75 1AX and for working tax credits renewals, letters should be sent to HMRC Tax Credits Office, Comber Way, Farriers Way, Netherton, L75 1AX.
Citizens Advice Bureau.
Individuals can also visit their local Citizens Advice Bureau. This is a free organisation which will be able to give individuals any information they need about Tax Credits before they ring the Tax Credits Number.
Tax Credit Phone Number 0843 455 0127.
Contact Details For Tax Credit.
|Helpline Tel:||0843 455 0127|
|Complaints||Tax Credits Office,|
|New Claims||HMRC Tax Credits Office,|
|Renewals||HMRC Tax Credits Office,|
Netherton, L75 1AX.