PLEASE NOTE: The charity TaxAid advises only those people on low incomes whose problems cannot be resolved with HMRC.

Sources of information and advice

Problems paying your tax? guide

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Further information and advice on bankruptcy

ACROSS THE UK

Local debt advice services can be found via the Money Advice Service website.

FOR ENGLAND AND WALES:

The Royal Courts of Justice CAB – bankruptcy advice service

http://www.rcjadvice.org.uk/bankruptcy-service/

The Insolvency Service

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/insolvency-service   Tel: 0300 678 0015

FOR SCOTLAND

The Accountant in Bankruptcy

Website – www.aib.gov.uk

contact page http://www.aib.gov.uk/about-aib/contact-us

FOR NORTHERN IRELAND

The Insolvency Service website – https://www.detini.gov.uk/topics/insolvency-service

Other sources of advice

If you are outside our guidelines for income threshold (£20,000 a year for a single person) you might need to find a suitable accountant or tax adviser.

If you appoint a professional accountant or tax adviser to help you with your tax, you should do so with great care. There are tips on how to do this on the Choosing an adviser page.