TaxCorporate TaxHMRC helpline swamped

HMRC helpline swamped

The taxman admits it has receieved a deluge of calls from people with queries about PAYE notices of coding leading to long waiting to times on hold

The taxman is being swamped by calls as sticking points with
PAYE
notices of coding
continue.

HMRevenue & Customs said it was dealing with a high volume of calls
relating to the issue, which had led to people finding themselves on hold.

An HMRC spokesman told
the
Guardian
: “We are experiencing a higher level of demand than usual because
of the well-publicised issues around PAYE notices of coding. This means
customers are finding it more difficult to get through.”

Further reading:

PAYE
coding headache continues into new tax year

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