What is a tax rebate?

A tax refund or tax rebate is a refund on taxes when the tax liability [meaning: the calculated amount that you owe HMRC] is less than the taxes that you paid. (Source: Wikipedia; brackets are ours.)

“Tax refunds” actually refers to the money HMRC gives back taxpayers in that situation.

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If you think any of these examples apply to you then call our tax consultants now for free advice or fill in our application form for a free tax rebate application pack

Our simple three-step process


Step 1

Get in touch

Fill out our online form or give us a call. We just need some basic information like your employment history.

Step 2

Get an estimate

We'll give you an estimate on how much you might be due, and let you know how we can help you get it all back.

Step 3

Get paid

We will apply for your refund and do all the legwork with chasing up HMRC on the status of your application.