HOW TO PAY HMRC AND THE REMOVAL OF TWO PAYMENT OPTIONS
There are many ways to pay your tax bill, whether company taxes or personal self-assessment, but HMRC have recently stated that two of these ways are being withdrawn.
On 15 December 2017 you will no longer be able to make a payment at the Post Office and, perhaps more importantly, from 13 January 2018 you will not be able to use a personal credit card.
The use of a debit card or a company credit card will still be available and there are a variety of other options which include:
Online or telephone banking
CHAPS or Bacs
Cheque at your bank or building society (provided you have a paper payslip)
Following the changes to dividend tax from April 2016 many people will be due to make a self-assessment payment for the first time this January and if you wish to pay this by personal credit card you will need to do this before the 13th.