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Claiming Your Tax Back - Tax Refunds & Tax Rebates

TaxRefundPro specialise in helping UK taxpayers get income tax refunds.

We know first hand that claiming tax back can prove a complicated and frustrating process if you decide to take on Mr Taxman on your own - Dealing with confusing forms; Supplying the right info in the correct format; Being put on hold when ringing HMRC... to name but a few of the common issues you may encounter.

Don't worry, we can help! Some of the people we help are...

  • Employed taxpayers wanting to claim a tax rebate for work-related expenses like petrol/fuel, mileage, etc.
  • CIS (Construction Industry Scheme) workers
  • Overseas workers in secondment in the UK (like I.T. professionals or other professions)
  • Employed mechanics & auto technicians wanting to claim tax relief for work tools & other equipment
  • Landlords and property owners wishing to submit a tax return, get a basic book keeping service & free advice
  • Self employed tradesmen & women wishing to submit a tax return, get a basic book keeping service & free advice

All youneed to do is return a completed Tax Rebate Claim Pack to us... and wetake care of the rest on your behalf.

Try our Tax Rebate Calculator and see how much tax you could be due back!

Can you claim tax back?

  • Who
  • Why
  • How
  • When
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Who can claim tax back?

In short almost anyone can claim any overpaid tax back that they paid in the last 4 tax years.

1 in 3 people overpay income tax every year, are you one of them?

You may be due a tax refund without realising it if you:

  • Had multiple employments within the same tax year
  • Are CIS (Construction Industry Scheme) registered
  • Are employed but have to incur work related expenses necessary for you to do your job (tools; mileage; exam fees and subscriptions; etc.) and your employer does not reimburse you at all, or fully
  • Paid income tax but left the UK after 5th April 2011
  • Are paying income tax now but are moving overseas in this current tax year (2015/2016)

Call us today or fill in our online application form and we'll tell you if you have a valid claim or not.

If you do, we'll make sure you get back the tax that you're due.

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Why?

Because your personal circumstances have an impact on your tax situation and the amount of tax you pay.

You may have changed jobs frequently, you may work for multiple employment agencies, you may have become CIS registered, you may have to pay for your own tools or use your vehicle without getting reimbursed by your employer, you may be leaving the UK or you have already left... the list goes on!

One thing is certain, if you've overpaid tax, we'll help you get it back!

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How?

Simply fill in our online application form or ring us so we can establish if you have a valid claim or not.

If you do, we'll send you one of our easy claim packs for you to complete and post back to us using our freepost envelope.

We'll estimate your refund value, liaise back with you and submit your claim to HMRC.

All you have to do at that point is wait for your refund to be transferred into your nominated bank account ... Easy!

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When?

You can only claim back the overpaid tax you paid going back 4 years i.e. from 6th April 2011.

If you delay your claim, you may lose the right to claim what's rightfully yours!

As soon as we receive your completed claim pack , we will process it & submit your claim to HMRC within 48 hours.

HMRC will generally take 4-6 weeks to process your claim at their end.

We will of course liaise with you every step of the way until you receive your refund, direct into your nominated bank account.

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Call us today or fill in our online application form and we will tell you if you have a valid claim or not. If you do, we'll make sure you get back the tax you're due.