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Tax Rebates Explained


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What is a Tax Rebate?

If you have been paying tax via PAYE deductions or self assessment it is likely that all the tax calculations have not been accurately recorded with HMRC.

Employee Tax will act on your behalf as your tax agent to recover any excess tax that is due to you


Reasons for Tax Rebate

The most common factors for tax rebates are 

  • Pay from your current or previous job
  • Pension payments
  • Income from a life or pension annuity
  • A redundancy payment
  • A Self Assessment tax return
  • Interest from savings or PPI
  • Foreign income
  • UK income if you live abroad
  • Fuel costs or work clothing for your job
  • 1/ Employment expenses
  • 2/ Marriage Allowance Transfers

What Work Related Expenses can I claim?

Job Uniform
One of the most common work related expenses that most people don`t even realise is washing / maintenance of your Job Uniform.

What Information do I need to claim ?
We just require your basic information and your work history for the last 4 years. All other information we can get from HMRC. 

Do I require Receipts ?
No, Job Uniform Tax Rebate is easy to claim and doesn`t require any receipts. 

Is there a Deadline for Claims?
You can make a claim anytime but you are only allowed to claim back upto the last 4 tax  years 

What Happens If I Don’t Claim?
These allowances have to be claimed , they are not automatically deducted from your tax bill. If you don’t Claim then you will be paying excess Tax like Millions of other Taxpayers. 

Does my Job Uniform Qualify ?
Most jobs where you are required to wear a uniform  qualifies for Job Uniform Tax Rebate, some common examples are 

  • NHS Employees , (Nurses , Porters, Ambulance Drivers)
  • Airline Employees , (Cabin Crew, Air Handlers, Pilots , Check in Staff)
  • Fast Food Employees, (McDonald , Burger King , even take away staff)
  • Couriers (DHL, Fed-ex, UPS)
  • Postal Workers, (RAC , AA)

How Much Will I Get ?
Each profession has been set an Annual Limit by HMRC, Use our Online Calculators for your job.


How Do I Claim a Tax Rebate?

Don`t worry , the tax rebate process does not require historical data / receipts. We have kept it very simple , use our online calculator for eligibility , then just complete a few basic questions on our online form and we will do the rest. As your Tax Agent , we deal with all queries from HMRC and you receive a tax refund cheque in the post.

Employee Tax has a proven record of dealing effectively on behalf of our clients to recover taxpayer money for Job Uniforms Tax Refunds, Marriage Allowance Tax Rebate, Tool Allowances Tax Rebates , PPI Refund Tax Rebates, Mileage Allowance Tax Refund, Magazine Subscription Allowances Tax Refund, Union Fees tax refunds and many more..

Our Services

We act on your behalf (Taxpayers) to claim Tax Rebates back from HMRC. We operate online on a No Win / No Fee Basis

Use our Online Calculators to estimate how much Tax Relief you could be entitled to 

  1. Work related expenses  inc Job Uniform , Subscriptions , Tools
  2. Marriage Allowance  Transfers
  3. Mileage Allowance

For other Tax Rebate queries we have a General Online Form


Job Uniform


One of the most common work related expenses that most people don`t even realise is washing / maintenance of your Job Uniform.


Professional Fees and Subscriptions


You can claim tax relief on fees or subscriptions you pay to approved professional organisations. This only applies if you have to be a member of an organisation to do your job.
HMRC maintain an approved list of professional organisations that are eligible for relief. The exact amount of tax rebate available to claim back will vary on your particular organisation.
If you have previously paid fees to a General Teaching Council, you can also claim tax back on this cost. Tax can be claimed back on all UK General Teaching Council fees, including those that are now obsolete.


Tools


You can claim for repair / replacing of tools which you use in connection with your work. (for example scissors if you’re a hairdresser, trowels if you’re a plasterer and spanners if you’re a mechanic).You can also claim for cleaning, replacing and repairing your specialist or protective clothing (for example hard hats, protective boots and overalls) You may not need receipts if we use HMRC Flat Rate Expense guidelines.


Work Mileage


If you drive your personal vehicle for work related travel, you could be due a tax refund. However,this does not include travelling from home to work. A lot of Employers do not reimburse their Employees the full HMRC set amount which is 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles in a car or van and 25p per mile for any miles over 10,000. This amount is set by HMRC and is there to cover fuel and other vehicle costs. HMRC are aware of employer underpaying and allow you to claim back the difference. You cannot claim for, Congestion charges, ULEZ charges, Tolls, Parking, or VAT on any of these. Mileage allowance reduces your taxable pay, so works like a refund, reimbursing you for overpaid tax.


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