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KRA Paying your Personal Tax Liability to HMRC

Direct Debit

 

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Internet or telephone

 

Payment amount: £…

Sort code:  08-32-10

Account name:  HMRC Shipley /HMRC Cumbernauld

Account number:  12001020 ( if HMRC Shipley), 12001039 (if HMRC Cumbernauld)

Your Unique Reference number 

Debit/Credit card

 

Go to www.billpayment.co.uk/hmrc and follow the instructions.

Paying Self Assessment by Bank Giro

If your bank or building society offers the Bank Giro service you can make a Self Assessment payment at your own bank branch by cheque or cash. HMRC treats any payment made by Bank Giro as electronic.

If paying this way:

  • take your HMRC payslip to your own bank branch (other banks may refuse to accept it or may charge you for this service)
  • make your cheque payable to ‘HM Revenue & Customs only’ and write your Self Assessment reference number ( stated above) after ‘HM Revenue & Customs only’

Paying Self Assessment at the Post Office

You can make a Self Assessment payment at the Post Office by cheque, cash or debit card without charge. HMRC treats any payment made at the Post Office as electronic.

If paying this way:

  • take your HMRC payslip with you (otherwise you will be charged for using this service)
  • make cheques payable to ‘Post Office Ltd’

Paying Self Assessment by post

HMRC highly recommends that you make your Self Assessment payments electronically using one of the methods described elsewhere in this guide.

Electronic payments are generally more efficient and secure, provided you use an accurate reference number.

However if paying by post please:

  • make your cheque payable to ‘HM Revenue & Customs only’ and write your Self Assessment reference number after ‘HM Revenue & Customs only’
  • detach the payslip and send it with your cheque to HMRC using the pre-addressed envelope sent to you or the appropriate address below
  • don’t fold the payslip or cheque and don’t fasten them with paper clips or staples or in any other manner

What to do if you don’t have a payslip

If you pay your Self Assessment electronically you will not need a payslip, unless you pay at a bank or Post Office. HMRC recommends that you make your payments electronically using one of the methods described elsewhere in this guide. Electronic payments are generally more efficient and secure, provided you give HMRC an accurate reference number.

However, if you are paying by post and you don’t have a payslip you should tell HMRC:

  • your name
  • your address
  • your telephone number
  • your Self Assessment reference (or the name of your local HMRC office if you do not know the reference)
  • the amount of tax you are paying