CHANGES TO PAYING HMRC

Nov 2, 2017

HMRC are making some changes to the ways customers can make payments.  The pay at the Post Office service will end from 15th December 2017. And from 13th January 2018, HMRC will no longer accept payment by personal credit card.  Debit cards and corporate credit cards will continue to be accepted though.  There are still many other ways to pay including:

– Direct Debit

– Online or telephone banking (including Faster Payments, BACS and CHAPS)

– Debit / Corporate Credit Card online or by telephone

These are very secure methods and will save you the time and expense of heading out to a post office or bank. The website GOV.uk has more information about paying HMRC including further ways to pay, along with more guidance on paying your self assessment tax bill.  If you need help, please don’t hestiate to contact us using the contact form on this website, or Kate.Quirk@affordbond.com 

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