From May 2024, taxpayers accessing HMRC’s online services for the first time will be asked to create a GOV.UK One Login account.

HMRC has announced that from May 2024, some taxpayers who do not have a Government Gateway account will be prompted to create a GOV.UK One Login account.  At this stage GOV.UK One Login will not be offered to agents. 

Agents and taxpayers who already have a Government Gateway account should continue to access HMRC’s services in the normal way. They will be asked to create a GOV.UK One Login at a later date.  

What is GOV.UK One Login? 

GOV.UK One Login is a new way of signing in to government services. It is intended to eventually replace all other sign in routes, including Government Gateway. GOV.UK One Login  will allow the user to prove their identity for a wide range of government services using an email address and password, and offers more identity verification options than the Government Gateway. 


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