The Treasury select committee will grill Chancellor George Osborne over payment of a £1.7bn EU.
Last month, the EU demanded a £1.7bn surcharge from the UK on 1 December after it recalculated growth rates over the last 10 years.
This meant the UK had grown more quickly than expected and owned more in EU contributions.
Last week, Osborne agreed a deal to delay payment of the bill to two instalments in July and September.
He also agreed to bring forward a UK rebate worth around £1bn from 2016 to 2015, meaning the UK only pays £850m in total next year.
Osborne insists the rebate was not guaranteed and he has cut the bill in half, representing a “result for Britain”.
Critics argue the rebate was never in doubt and accuse the Chancellor of a “con trick”.
TSC chair Andrew Tyrie says: “The Treasury committee will want to cross-examine the Chancellor on this issue before or at the time of the Autumn Statement hearings. The key will be to understand the true cost of the surcharge to the Exchequer.”