Pay HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for:
- Self Assessment
- employers’ PAYE and National Insurance
- Corporation Tax
- Stamp Duty Land Tax
- Income Tax (because you previously under-paid)
- miscellaneous payments (if your payment reference begins with ‘X’)
There’s a fee if you pay by credit card.
What you need to know
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You won’t be able to pay with a personal credit card from 13 January 2018.
Making more than one card payment
HMRC limits the number of times you can use a credit or debit card within a certain time to pay your tax.
There isn’t a set limit - it depends on HMRC’s view of what’s reasonable based on payment card industry standards and guidance.
The rules apply to multiple card payments against the same tax - you can only make extra card payments if each one’s for a different tax, for example Corporation Tax and employers’ PAYE.
If you’re unable to pay your bill in full by card, you should use another payment method like a bank transfer.