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The Tax Faculty is the voice of Tax for ICAEW and comprises of a Tax Faculty committee to run operations, a Technical committee and subcommittees covering all areas of taxes and work. Each committee is made up of leading volunteers in their area of tax managed by Technical tax managers.

Please use the contacts below to feed your views and concerns direct to the Tax Faculty.

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This ICAEW Tax Faculty guide summarises the different methods of paying tax over to HMRC. It is not intended to cover other means of paying tax such as coding adjustments. It also touches briefly on what taxpayers can do if they cannot pay.

Links to the relevant sections of the HMRC website are provided. Full information on how to pay all taxes and duties can be found on HMRC’s website page Paying HMRC, see hmrc.gov.uk/payinghmrc 

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HMRC service issues, technical tax concerns and links to help resolve client specific problems. This page provides information on how to report HMRC service issues, how to feed your concerns about the impact of any new tax legislation or its operation and links to help you resolve client specific problems.

HMRC service issues

Report problems with the HMRC online services, getting through to HMRC on the phone, not getting a reply to a letter, agent authorisation or other HMRC service issue use one of these following channels to report the problem.

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We publish our responses to consultation exercises by the revenue departments as tax representations. They are numbered sequentially in the year of publication, ie 31/09, 1/10, etc.

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