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Tax Credits Number
Working and Child Tax Credits were introduced in 2003 by Gordon Brown as part of Government’s reform agenda for the tax and benefits system. The tax credits number is used to contact H M Revenue and Customs (HMRC) by UK residents and nationals requiring some information regarding tax credits.
The Tax Credits number is the Landline Number for Tax Credits, and is used to enquire about all general information to do with tax credits. You are provided information on exactly what tax credits are, what they entail and any other question regarding tax credits is answered. This Tax Credits number is open from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm on Monday to Friday, 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on Saturday and closed on Sundays, Christmas, Boxing and New Year’s Day.
Persons who are deaf or speech or hearing impaired can use textphone to contact the tax credits number. You type what you want to say instead of speaking on a mouthpiece. However, you should be aware that it is impossible to speak to an adviser by calling a textphone number. To speak with a representative you need to call the Tax Credits Number.
UK nationals living or traveling abroad can also call the Tax Credits number . You should have your National Insurance Number ready to refer to when calling as it is required and you will be asked to give it to the person you are speaking with. While tax credits are available worldwide, if you want to enquire about UK tax credits specifically you need to call the Tax Credits Number.
People can also contact HMRC through the post especially if they want to give official and confidential information, or if forms are required to be sent in. The mailing address is as follows:
Tax Credit Office
It is advisable to include your telephone number in your letter in case HMRC needs to contact you and would prefer to phone. You are also advised to indicate ‘Change of Circumstances’ if your letter is about change of circumstances.
HMRC has a website where you can enquire about;
- Any changes that might affect your credits.
- Why, how and when you need to report a change and consequences of failing to report.
- When you will receive your next tax credits
While it is a great resource, often you can find the answer to your question more quickly by phoning the Tax Credits Number (the Telephone Number Tax Credits) directly.
Child tax credit is used to support families with children and as a means of tackling child poverty. It is available to persons aged sixteen or over living in UK who are working or not and are taking care of at least one child. On the other hand, working tax credit gives financial support to low income earners. It is available to people aged sixteen or over, working at least 16 hours per week with dependent children or a disability. Persons aged 25 and above without children and working at least 30 hours a week are also eligible. Telephone the tax Credits number at the top of this page for more information.