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Call Connection Contact HMRC about a Tax Rebate 0843 504 9392

A tax refund or tax rebate is a refund on taxes when the tax liability is less than the taxes paid. Taxpayers can often get a tax refund on their income tax if the tax they owe is less than the sum of the total amount of the withholding taxes and estimated taxes that they paid, plus the refundable tax credits that they claim.

To contact Tax Rebate please call the contact number listed

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Tax Rebate Phone Number 0843 504 9392
Tax Rebate Head Office Phone Number 0843 504 9392
Tax Rebate Customer Service 0843 504 9392

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Customer Services 0843 504 9392
Head Office Address
Tax Rebate Office
HM Revenue & Customs
PO Box 1970
L75 1WX.
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday

Tax Rebate Call Centre Opening Hours:

Day Opening Times
Monday 8am – 8pm
Tuesday 8am – 8pm
Wednesday 8am – 8pm
Thursday 8am – 8pm
Friday 8am – 8pm
Saturday 8am – 4pm
Sunday 9am – 5pm

Looking for the phone number for the Tax Rebate customer service team & other departments such as complaints?

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If you were looking for the contact information to reach the customer service team at Tax Rebate you have certainly landed on the right page. Common searches for Tax Rebate include Complaints, Head Office and Customer Services, whichever department you would like to get in contact with simply dial the number listed.

The Tax helpline can be busy during peak hours, the head office deal with all types of customer enquiries via phone and post, whatever your issue you can contact the customer service team today by calling the contact number listed.

Why Do Customers Call Tax Rebate?

  • Income Tax explained
  • Self-Assessment information
  • Tax Rebates/Refund explained
  • Eligibility
  • How to claim
  • Change of personal circumstances
  • Complaints.

During peak hours the customer support team at HMRC Tax Rebate deal with a high volume of calls, you may prefer to call during less popular hours, try again later on, or even contact them via post if the problem is not urgent.

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About Tax Rebate

The HRMC stands for Her Majesty’s Revenue And Customs. It is the department of the UK government which is responsible for the collection of HMRC income tax and the payment of some types of state benefits. HM Revenue and Customs are responsible for regulating and collecting payments of tax from those working in the UK. Income tax, or ‘Pay as you Earn’ (PAYE) is a form of tax deducted from a person’s wage. As we will discuss below, not all income is taxable and the amount you pay in tax is dependent on your income.
Tax Rebates From HRMC.
Occasionally employees end up paying too much in income tax. This is very common when they are changing jobs frequently or if they hold a part time job in addition to their main work. If you believe that you have overpaid on your tax, there is a process that you can take in order to get a tax rebate from the HMRC.

Tax Rebates For A Single Year.
To apply for your tax rebate you should call the tax rebate phone number. Tell the HMRC staff that you believe that you may have paid too much tax. Often they will be able to check your claim while you are talking on the telephone. If they are unable to check immediately, they will inform you of what information they require from you.

This is a call connection service. Calls to our 0843 numbers cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

Tax Rebates For Multiple Years.
If you believe you have overpaid your taxes for a number of years then you should call the tax rebate phone number. Once you have called the tax rebate phone number, ask the representative to send you a P800 Tax Calculation. Any tax refund that is due will be processed in the September after the tax year.

How To Claim A Tax Rebate If You Have Stopped Working.
When you stop working you are usually able to claim back some of the income tax that you have paid. The reasons for you stopping work might be because of unemployment, study or retirement. The tax year lasts from April 6th through to April 5th, therefore you may have overpaid on your income tax if you stopped part way through that year. To find out if you have overpaid due to stopping work, you should contact the HMRC tax rebate contact number.

Time Limits For Claiming A Tax Refund.
In general you have four years following the tax year in which the over payment occurred until you can make a claim. For example if you made an over payment for the tax year ending April 5th 2013, then you have until April 5th 2017 until you can claim a tax rebate. If you don’t make a claim during this period, you may miss out on any HMRC income tax rebate that is due. So pick up the phone and call the tax rebate contact number and start getting back what you are due.

What is Income Tax?
Income tax is a form of tax paid by those working in the UK. It means that a portion of your income will be deducted as tax. Tax is paid on many different things like earning money through employment, some state benefits, income from a trust, most pensions and lots more. Tax isn’t always paid for everything. There are a few things where tax is not paid:
– Any interest on savings under your savings allowance
– Any income from an ISA or tax exempt accounts
– First £5,000 of dividends from company shares
– State benefits
– Premium bond or National Lottery wins
– Rent that is below the rent-a-room limit
– Most people are entitled to a personal allowance for tax-free income. This is the amount of income you can be paid, before you will be taxed. If you earn anything over this threshold, you will have to pay – income tax. If you qualify for tax relief then the amount of Income tax you pay may be reduced. If you have any questions regarding how Income tax works or your personal allowance, call HMRC using the telephone number listed.

If you want to file a complaint against poor services of Tax Rebate you can also send a letter to the Tax Rebate customer complaint address:

Tax Rebate Office.
HM Revenue & Customs.
PO Box 1970.
L75 1WX.


If you would prefer to speak to the member of staff over at the Tax Rebate HQ please use the Call Connection Contact Number listed.


To Call Connection Contact Tax Rebate please dial the 0843 number listed, please note all calls to our 0843 number will forward to the official HMRC Tax Rebate customer service team via our call forwarding service.

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