Making payments to HMRC

There are many ways that taxpayers can make payments to HMRC. For most taxes, there are options to make payments using any of the following payment options.

  • Online or via telephone banking (Faster Payments) payments
  • CHAPS payments
  • Online debit or credit card payments
  • At a bank or building society
  • At the post office
  • BACS
  • By cheque through the post
  • Direct Debit

HMRC has announced that they have recently launched a new payment service. Taxpayers that pay monies due online by debit or credit card may notice that they are now directed to a beta service using WorldPay to make a payment.

The new beta service uses a different service provider to BillPay that HMRC has been using up to now. The new payment service is expected to be made permanent over the coming months. There is currently a non-refundable fee of 1.4% for payments made by credit card.

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