What is HMRC & how does it help UK citizens?

It is a tax collection authority which helps UK citizens, It stands for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

We are the only authority which regulates under the UK for tax, customs & payments. Our main task is to collect the citizens’ tax charges. Furthermore help those who need financial support from the UK HMRC. And so, we are proud to say that our efforts pay off well.

Moreover, our workers are so dedicated to their work, not to mention, but we make sure that the majority of the people get their payments right, and in this way, there is less chance of deceiving the system.

Here is an overview :

Formed In18 April 2005
Preceding AuthoritiesHM Customs and Excise & Inland Revenue
Authority TypeDepartment of revenue
JurisdictionUnited Kingdom (U.K)
Headquarters100 Parliament Street, London, SW1A 2BQ
Annual budget£4.09bn (2009–2010)
Minister responsibleJesse Norman PC MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury and Minister responsible for HMRC
Non-ministerial government department executiveJim Harra, Chief Executive
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