VAT is an online service provided by HMRC. It allows members of the UK public to submit VAT returns online quickly and easily. To submit a VAT return online with HMRC, you will need a VAT number and online account.
Other VAT Contact Numbers:
|Head Office||0844 826 0548|
|VAT Complaints||0844 826 0548|
|Customer Services||0844 826 0548|
VAT Opening Hours
|Customer Service||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
VAT Head Office Address
HM Revenue and Customs – VAT Written Enquiries
21 Victoria Avenue
Reasons to contact the VAT Head Office Contact Number:
- If you are unsatisfied with your previous VAT Contact Number experience and wish to complain to another member of staff
- If you need to enquire about other VAT services from HMRC
- If you have been charged for something through HMRC and wish to talk to a member of staff about it
- If the online service is not working for you and would like to speak to a member of staff who can help you retrieve lost login details
You can pay your VAT to return to the HMRC on the government website, as well as over the phone and via internet banking. The deadline in which you should pay your VAT should be on your bill. However, you will usually have a month since the end of your accounting period to pay our VAT with HMRC. If you do not pay your VAT on time with the HMRC, you may be subject to a surcharge. Surcharges may change as time goes on without paying your VAT. For more information on surcharges, or if you have been charged by HMRC without your knowledge, ring the number above and you will be connected to a member of staff who can help you further.
In order to pay your VAT online, you will need to register. You can also register a lawyer or representative who can deal with HMRC on your behalf. Once you have registered online with HMRC, you should receive your certificate within two weeks by post or email, depending on your chosen preference. When registering online, you will be asked to provide certain details about yourself and business life. You can read more about the questions you may be asked, as well as information on VAT registration over on the government site.
VAT Exemption Certificate
Some goods are exempt from VAT and tax. If you sell these goods, it can change the VAT you reclaim through HMRC. If all of the products you offer are exempt from VAT, your business will be as well. This means that you will not be able to register online with HMRC to claim VAT refunds. For more information on this matter, ring the number above and we will connect you to a member of staff at the HMRC VAT Contact Number who can help you further. Alternatively, you can visit the VAT exemption website
When are VAT payments due?
From the end of your accounting period, you will usually be given a full month and a week in order to complete you VAT return and send it to HMRC. If you are having problems logging into your account, ring the number above and we will put you in contact with a member of staff from the HMRC VAT Contact Number.
How can I pay my VAT online?
You can pay your VAT online with HMRC, or over the phone. You can also send a cheque to the address above. You can also create a standing order with the organisation. For more information on this, ring the number above.
Where can I pay my VAT online?
You can pay your VAT online with HMRC over on the government website. You will need a login and your VAT number, both of which you should already have. If not, ring the number above, and a member of staff from the HMRC VAT Contact Number will be able to help you further.
How else can I contact VAT?
You can contact HMRC in a number of ways. You can ring the number above, or write a letter to HMRC at the address above. You can also email the organisation if you believe you have fallen victim to a cyber crime claiming to be HMRC on email@example.com.
How do I change my address with HMRC?
You can change your address and other details over on the government website.
HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) is a branch of the UK government and is responsible for a number of things. Its main concern is collecting tax, and administering other services such as benefits and the national minimum wage.
HMRC is also an enforcement agency. This means that if you do not pay your tax or fines from the organisation, you can be prosecuted, and face criminal charges for doing so. The organisation is organisation into four departments; Personal Tax, Benefits and Credits, Business Tax, and Enforcement and Compliance. All departments focus on different aspects of law and enforcement given to the agency. For more information on the HMRC, or for information on HMRC VAT and how to pay it, ring the number above and a member of staff will be able to help you further.
Below is a recent video uploaded to the UK Government Youtube Account on How to Submit your VAT Return. For more videos such as this, click through below and you will be redirected to the UK Government Youtube account. For more information on the HMRC VAT process, ring the number above and we will connect you to a member of staff who can help you further with your query or questions.