Survey on HMRC's performance – have your say

May 17, 2018

Earlier this month, HMRC confirmed that it has processed 10 million transactions using robots since 2015, a development which the department says “has improved efficiency and customer experience.” But what is your experience of HMRC service levels?  Earlier this week we launched a survey of members to find out their recent experiences of HMRC services.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and will be available until 1pm on Tuesday 22 May. Access the survey here.

We intend to use the results of this survey to identify major areas of concern and any areas where there have been improvements.  The results will be fed back to HMRC and published on our website.

HMRC also recently published the outcome of research into customer experience of the acceptability of the time taken to reach an end result.

According to the Executive Summary of that report “Service failure was a common experience among those interviewed. As a result the service they received was not representative of the normal service offered by HMRC.  Customers became dissatisfied with the journey length as the query progressed, encountering challenges in reaching a resolution, which ultimately extended the length of the transaction beyond what had been expected