31 Oct Important Information about Changes to Paying HMRC
Important information about the changes in the way you pay HMRC
As of December 15th December 2017 you will no longer be able to pay your tax payments at the post office. Also from 13th January 2018 you will no longer be able to use a personal Credit Card to pay, but you can still use a debit or corporate credit card.
What does this affect?
It affects all tax payments you make to HMRC including VAT and PAYE (including CIS) payments.
So how can you pay?
- Direct Debit
- Online or telephone banking (including Faster Payments, Bacs and CHAPS)
- Debit/Corporate Credit card online or by telephone.
The above payment options are more secure and will save you the time and expense of going to a post office or bank.
More information about paying your PAYE and VAT, including the deadlines your payment must reach HMRC to avoid a penalty can be found on the gov.uk website here:
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