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  • Guidance on getting extra payments to help with the cost of living if you’re entitled to certain benefits or tax credits.

  • Find out when bank holidays are in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - including past and future bank holidays

  • Find out when you can expect to receive a reply from HMRC to a query or request you've made.

  • You can use our online services to check the progress of basic, standard or enhanced checks or view your certificate.

  • How to download and access the HMRC app on a mobile device to get information about your tax, National Insurance, tax credits and benefits.

  • List of organisations licensed to sponsor workers on the Worker and Temporary Worker immigration routes.

  • Check how quickly you’ll receive a decision on your UK visa application if you are applying from outside the UK.

  • Get a goods movement reference to move goods through locations which use the Goods Vehicle Movement Service.

  • If you don’t have enough to live on while you wait for your first payment you may be able to get an advance of your first Universal Credit payment.

  • The Defence Gateway gives members of the Defence community access to Defence web applications from privately-owned devices.

  • If you manage one or more business taxes online, sign in to your business tax account to view your tax position and manage all your taxes from one place.

  • Inspection processes and rules for car, private bus and light commercial vehicle (class 3, 4, 5 and 7 vehicle) MOT tests.

  • Use the checklist if you start a new job or have been sent to work in the UK, so your new employer can complete their PAYE payroll.

  • Use these rates and thresholds when you operate your payroll or provide expenses and benefits to your employees.

  • You need to move to Universal Credit if you’ve received a Migration Notice, as one or more of your benefits will be ending soon.

  • Find out about advisory fuel rates for company car users, when you can use them, and how they're calculated.

  • The Highway Code is essential reading for all road users, including pedestrians, mobility scooter users, cyclists, horse riders, drivers and motorcyclists.

  • For visa or citizenship applications, you may need to prove your knowledge of English by passing a secure English language test (SELT).

  • Success Profiles are the new recruitment framework used within the Civil Service.

  • Sign in to your agent services account, copy across clients and authorise new ones.