The tax office is one of HMRC’s buildings where all aspects on tax are handled. Due to the digital age most matters relating to tax are now handled online.

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HMRC Login Infographic Steedman Edinburgh Accountants

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is accessible via gov.uk login – your own HMRC login area can be found from this screen. Find out more about how to login to HMRC in this post.

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Register Self Employment

There are a number of reasons you may need to register for HMRC Self-Assessment, even if you are full time employed.

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HMRC to Shut Down All Enquiry Centres

All 281 of HMRC’s enquiry centres are to close by 2014. The centres give face to face advice to around two and a half million tax payers and their closures will affect 1,300 jobs.

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Tax Avoiders to be Named and Shamed

Wealthy people who use aggressive tax avoidance schemes will be “named and shamed” under plans by Treasury Minister David Gauke.

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Tax Helpline – A Quarter of Tax Helpline Calls Go Unanswered

Around a quarter of all taxpayers calls to HMRC help lines go answered, with no guidelines being in place to advise callers how long they may have to wait.

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Tax Crackdown – Tax Office Targets Builders

Builders involved in home improvement are the latest sector of workers to be targeted by HMRC in their tax crackdown campaigns.

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Tax Return Deadline Extended By Two Days

Strike action at HMRC's call centre on 31 January has prompted the tax authorities to effectively extend the Self Assessment deadline until midnight Thursday 2 February.

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HMRC Skills Development Criticised

The tax office is unaware how it is spending money on training and development, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.

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Tax Office Retargets Doctors and Dentists

HMRC are to send letters to medics and dentists this week in the next phase of its Tax Health Plan, which was originally launched in 2008 as an amnesty to unpaid tax.

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Tax Office Blamed By MPs For Gaffes

The Treasury Select Committee has held Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) responsible for intolerable deficiencies in fundamental services in a scathing report.

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