One in three clients who use our service receive a tax refund. We have recovered over £90 million on behalf of our clients and we are still counting!
Our tax refund service is simple - we aim to ensure that PAYE employees are paying the correct amount of tax and have the right tax code. A five minute questionnaire helps us to liaise with H M Revenue & Customs on your behalf to determine if you are due any tax refund.
If you can answer YES to any of these questions, you could be due a tax refund.
- Have you had more than one employment in the last 6 years ?
- Do you pay subscriptions to a professional organisation?
- Do you have to use your own car as part of your job?
- Are you required to work from home some, or all of the time?
- Have you at any time in the last 6 years been required to provide tools for your employment?
- Have you at any time in the last 6 years been required to launder workwear provided by your employer?
- Have you received more than one notice of coding within a tax year ?
Your employer deducts tax straight from your wages and follows the guidelines of H M Revenue & Customs according to your given tax code. It is estimated that 44% of employees have paid too much tax simply because their tax code is incorrect. Here at the Tax Refund Company, we can check your tax code and liaise with H M Revenue & Customs to refund the money you are owed.
Our Tax Refunds Service:
- No tax refund = no fee
- For every £1.00 refunded, you receive 61p
- We provide a completely confidential service
Our Tax Refund Service has been chosen by many of the UK’s trade unions including UNISON, UNITE, the NUT, RMT, USDAW, professional bodies such as The Society of Chiropodists and Association of Optometrists, Local authorities, Police Federations and major employers including John Lewis, Somerfield, Iceland, Rank, Lookers, and Blockbuster.
In the unlikely event you owe more tax, we will inform you. You should then notify H M Revenue & Customs.
Please be aware that our fixed fees do not cover the cost of dealing with any Section 9A enquiries raised by HMRC.
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