the concept of "local HMRC office" was not on my mind (I've been spending a lot of time waiting for HMRC on the phone).
(1)Is contacting a "local HMRC office" easier than the general help line?
(2)I did complete a Canadian tax return for 2012-2013 because I earned only a small income in England (Even smaller than 2013-2014 and 2014-2015). I was paying Canadian Tax on the pension until recently (Witholding tax they call it). Is there any more detailed advice you can give me?
(3)The Canadian pension is only going into a Canadian bank account, does that affect anything?
Thanks for the common sense.
(1)I'm in ME10 5TP (Sittingbourne) is my local Tax office Anchorage House High Street, Chatham?
(2)So i'll send a letter by snail mail is best.
How do you recommend I lay it out?
(3)Clarify "once the chips are down HMRC will tell you that you need not make annual self assessments in future providing your circumstances do not change substantially" what did you mean "once the chips are down"?
Thanks Keith, i'll rate after this
Just a quickie FYI
You can't write to your local tax office anymore. There's just one address and that's:
PAYE & SA