If you are interested in completing a credit claim with HMRC there are a few steps that you must complete. The claim should be completed if you feel that you would qualify for the credit. As the UK’s largest tax authority, HMRC offers a number of different services to professionals inside of the country. They are the largest firm of its kind in the UK and offer a number of different products and services to their customers. They have been serving customers in the UK since 2005 and have become a trusted name for all tax matters since this time. All information obtained from HMRC is reported through the Parliament through a Treasury Minister. Keep in mind that you must follow the steps to make your claim. You cannot make a claim online or by telephone and must complete this package. You can speed up the process of your claim by ensuring that you follow all of the steps required. Below is a guide on what you must do to file your HMRC credit claim.
Required to file a claim you must have the following information:
- Claim Form
- Determination of the type of claim you want to file.
- Tax Credit Claim Package
- Income for the last year
- Details of any and all benefits that you have received from your employer.
- Details of other income that you have such as rent or pension
- Details of childcare payments that you make
Steps to file a HMRC credit claim:
- Complete the Tax Credit Claim package
- Provide documentation of the items that are requested
- Provide documentation of your identity
- Provide a National Insurance Number
- Mail in the complete claim package as well as the requested documentation to the HM Revenue and Customs Tax Credit office, Comben House, Farriers way, Netherton, L75 1BY
- Wait for a representative to contact you regarding the claim.
- You should receive confirmation of the claim in the mail.
- If you are entitled to funds from the claim it can take several weeks to process those claims.
Notes: You should decide which type of claim that you want to file before proceeding. Copy and paste the following URL into your browser or if your system allows, click the link we have provided here: www.hmrc.gov.uk/taxcredits/ find more information on filing a HMRC credit claim.