TaxPersonal Tax20 DECEMBER 1999 INLAND REVENUE OPENING HOURS OVER XMAS AND THE NEW YEAR

20 DECEMBER 1999 INLAND REVENUE OPENING HOURS OVER XMAS AND THE NEW YEAR

Inland Revenue offices will be open for business on the 29 and 30 December closing on the 27th, 28th and 31st December 1999.

Inland Revenue offices will be open for business on the 29 and 30 December closing on the 27th, 28th and 31st December 1999.

In the New Year our offices will reopen on 4th January.

The following Helplines will be providing their normal service over the holiday period except on the 25th and 31st December and 1st January 2000:
Self Assessment Helpline – 0645 000444
Self Assessment Orderline – 0645 000404
The Employers Helpline – 0345 143143
The New Enterprise Support Initiative Helpline – 0845 6070143

For WFTC enquiries the Tax Credit Office Helpline, 0845 609 5000, will be available until 12 noon on Christmas Eve, on the 29th and 30th December and from the 4th January in the New Year.

We would like to wish our staff and customers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Millennium

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