Government ban on charges for paying by credit or debit card.

A government crackdown on credit card charges has backfired as HMRC has said it will stop accepting credit cards since, 13 January 2018.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) charged £50m in credit card fees charged to taxpayers that have had to pay their outstanding tax bills on credit over the last five years, according to figures obtained by Telegraph Money.

A HMRC spokesman said: “We will no longer be accepting personal credit card payments from the 13 January as new rules mean that we can no longer pass on what our bank charge for processing a credit card payment.

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