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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

HMRC's Catch 22



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8 comments:

  1. I know! Why doesn't he pop down to the local tax office in his town centre. They have enquiry centres, where he can sit and talk to a knowledgeable but underpaid human being who will rectify his issue in a jiffy!

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  2. The dimwits who 'run' HMRC will take an age to resolve this one...

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  3. Tweet Jon Thompson with your problem....tell him how BRILLIANT his organisation is !!!

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  4. Stuart when creating your PTA you were asked to put in your email address and either you didn't, or have since stopped using the one you supplied & didn't update your account with your new one, so you are now complaining because you can't re-set the password that you forgot and have to phone HMRC to get the re-set password sent by post? And that's all HMRC's fault, how?

    HMRC might be guilty of a lot of things, but this ones purely down to you.

    11.18 no they will just press the password re-set button, the same as Stuart could have done himself, if he could have managed to supply an email address for himself.

    16.25 Jon Thompson would no doubt say 'what a numpty'

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    1. Putting the customer at the heart of everything you do, I see!

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    2. Well, it's an answer. It may be correct (I neither know nor care). And it was a bloody sight faster than going direct to HMRC....

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    3. Yep, sort it out yourself. Always best to avoid any contact with HMRC if you can; they are nasty and corrupt.

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  5. Never mind Catch 22, what about...

    "BRUSSELS THINKS HMRC ISN'T FIT FOR PURPOSE"

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/brussels-thinks-hmrc-isn-t-fit-for-purpose-so-may-s-plan-is-doomed-zmr3zs82f

    Over to you Ken or Dear Readers, don't see why I should do all the work ;)

    Never, ever dreamed I would agree with an EU statement, but there you go, times they are a-changing

    Ha fecking Ha!

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