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Struggling with HMRC debts?

It’s easy to check if you are eligible, we can help if:

  • Stop HMRC Action
  • Stop Creditor Action
  • Unable To Repay Business Debts and More
  • Close Your Company & Become Debt Free
  • We Are Fully Licensed and Regulated
  • Free Director Redundancy Check, Average Claim *£9,000

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    Our quick assessment can determine your best options

      How much money does your company owe?

      Less than £20,000

      £20,000 to £50,000

      £50,000 to £100,000

      More than £100,000

      How many creditors are there?

      5 or more

      less than 5

      Can your company currently pay its debts, commitments and suppliers?



      Types of debt outstanding

      Bounce Back Loan



      Bank Borrowing

      Staff Wages

      Other Liabilities

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      How to deal with HMRC debts?

      Seek Professional Advice

      Consider consulting a tax advisor or accountant who specializes in dealing with HMRC debts. They can help you navigate the process, negotiate with HMRC on your behalf, and ensure you’re taking advantage of any available tax reliefs or exemptions.

      Contact HMRC Directly

      The first step is to get in touch with HMRC as soon as you realize you have tax arrears. You can call the HMRC Helpline to discuss your situation and explore your options for repayment. They may be able to set up a payment plan or offer guidance on how to resolve your debt.

      Apply for a Time to Pay Arrangement

      HMRC may allow you to set up a Time to Pay arrangement, which is a payment plan that spreads your debt over a longer period, making it more manageable. You can apply for this arrangement by contacting HMRC or using their online services.

      Explore Debt Consolidation

      If you have multiple debts, you might consider consolidating them into a single manageable loan or credit arrangement. This can make it easier to keep track of your payments and potentially reduce your interest rates.

      Consider Bankruptcy or Insolvency Options

      In severe cases where your financial situation is dire, you may need to explore bankruptcy or insolvency options. Consult with a debt advisor or insolvency practitioner to understand if this is the right path for you.

      Seek Legal Advice

      If you’re facing legal issues related to your HMRC debt or if you believe you’ve been treated unfairly, it may be necessary to consult with a solicitor or lawyer who specializes in tax law.

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