HMRC UK Overview
Established in 2005, the HMRC, or HM Revenue and Customs firm is a large law enforcement agency that helps to work with collecting taxes on wages that people earn in the United Kingdom, they help with driving licenses, passports, student financial aid and grants, and ensuring laws are abided by and enforced. They are also responsible for handling and overseeing the national minimum wage. Headquartered in London, HMRC has over 67,000 employees and is run by Minister David Gauke MP who is the Exchequer Secretary of the Treasury. HMRC is actually a legal, law enforcement agency that works with criminal investigators. They work on fiscal crimes that have been committed and Inland Revenue criminal offenses. HMRC’s officers help with searches, seizures, arrests and detention for any criminal act that is against the Customs and Excise Acts. One can reach HMRC at an HMRC phone number, 011 44 300 790 6802.
The services that HMRC UK provide include personal taxes, business taxes, law enforcement and compliance, benefits and credits. Because the HMRC deals with a lot of large businesses and managing laws, taxes and compliance with the laws, they supervise over 2,000 companies. If you need to reach them, just call an HMRC phone number, and you can be directed to the appropriate department. The services fall under the categories of permanent secretary for tax group, chief people officer group, general counsel and solicitor group, chief information officer group, and chief financial officer group.
Contact HMRC UK
To reach HMRC UK, there are several options available to you. If you are online and want to look at the work they perform, or reach on of their groups or divisions, you can visit their website with the web address www.HMRC.gov.uk.
If you call HMRC during regular business hours you can reach a live operator as they are open Monday through Friday with general office hours starting at 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. They can help you with any tax bills, complaints, grievances, or advice you need for vehicles, passports and laws in the UK. You can call the HMRC phone number after hours and access features through their automated prompt or you can go online for additional services and features.