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PAYE TAX REBATES

A tax rebate, also known as a tax refund, is the money that HMRC owes you if you've overpaid your taxes. We simplify the process by handling your tax rebate claims from start to finish. Our expert team prepares and submits your claim, ensuring it you receive your full refund.

Fun Fact: We have paid over £1M in tax refunds this year!

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What can I claim a tax refund on?

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Mileage and travel expenses

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Uniforms and tools

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Accomodation

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Tools & equipment

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Food & drinks

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*Any other expense that were incurred exclusively, entirely and wholly for work that was not already reimbursed can count. Get in touch with one of our advisors to find out more.

You'll never lose a penny

Our "No Win, No Fee" policy means that if we are unable to successfully claim a tax rebate for you, you won't be charged any fees. We are committed to delivering results, and we only charge a fee if we are successful in securing your tax rebate. This ensures that you have nothing to lose by entrusting us with your claim, and we are dedicated to working diligently to maximize your chances of a successful outcome.

Eligibility checklist :

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Earn over £18,000 per year

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You work under PAYE system

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You travel from site to site

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Saving Money on Work-Related Travel

Travel and overnight expenses are eligible for tax relief, allowing you to claim back the money you've spent on various items related to your work-related travel. This includes public transport costs, hotel accommodation for overnight stays, expenses for meals and drinks, congestion charges, tolls, parking fees, and business phone calls and printing costs.

 

In addition, you may be able to claim tax relief on business mileage. The amount you can claim depends on the type of vehicle you are using for work purposes. If you are using a vehicle that you have purchased or leased with your own funds, you may be eligible for tax relief. Similarly, if you are using a vehicle owned or leased by your employer (a company vehicle), you may still be able to claim tax relief, but the specific details and rules may vary.

How much are mileage tax refunds worth?

Travel and overnight expenses are eligible for tax relief, allowing you to claim back the money you've spent on various items related to your work-related travel. This includes public transport costs, hotel accommodation for overnight stays, expenses for meals and drinks, congestion charges, tolls, parking fees, and business phone calls and printing costs.

 

In addition, you may be able to claim tax relief on business mileage. The amount you can claim depends on the type of vehicle you are using for work purposes. If you are using a vehicle that you have purchased or leased with your own funds, you may be eligible for tax relief. Similarly, if you are using a vehicle owned or leased by your employer (a company vehicle), you may still be able to claim tax relief, but the specific details and rules may vary.

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You cannot claim for travelling to and from work, unless you’re travelling to a temporary place of work!

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How long does it take to get a tax refund?

HMRC has a reputation for its deliberate pace, which means you can expect a waiting period of approximately 8 weeks before receiving your refund. However, by entrusting My Rebate with your claim, we expedite the process, ensuring that you receive your money as soon as possible. It's important to remember that you have the opportunity to claim overpaid tax for up to 4 years, so there's no need to miss out on what rightfully belongs to you.

My Rebate does all the work for you

Our dedicated team of experts possess the knowledge and skills to optimise your annual tax refund claims. Gathering the necessary information for a tax rebate claim can be time-consuming.We handle the legwork on your behalf, diligently pursuing essential details and documents and advocating for your claim until it's successfully paid out. Even if you encounter challenges with outdated worksites or former employers, we have the expertise to track down the required information.

 

With our strong relationships My Rebate possesses the necessary resources to ensure accurate and efficient refund processing. Most importantly, we eliminate the burdensome tasks associated with tradesman tax deductions.

Who is most likely to be eligible for a tax rebate?

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Construction Workers:

Builders, carpenters, plumbers, and electricians frequently move between construction sites to work on different projects. They may need to travel with their tools, equipment, and materials.

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Healthcare Workers:

Nurses, doctors, and healthcare professionals may need to travel to different hospitals, clinics, or patients' homes as part of their job duties. This can involve visiting multiple locations within a day or week.

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Cabin Crew:

Members who work for airlines, such as flight attendants, regularly travel to different destinations as part of their job. They may have layovers or overnight stays in various cities or countries before returning to their home base. The nature of their work involves traveling on different flights and serving passengers on board.

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Delivery Drivers:

Delivery drivers who work for companies or services that require them to make deliveries to multiple locations can claim tax relief on mileage, fuel costs, and other expenses directly related to their work.

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Inspectors and Surveyors:

Building inspectors, property surveyors, and other professionals in similar roles often need to travel to assess and evaluate properties, construction sites, or infrastructure projects. They may visit different locations to conduct inspections or surveys.

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Support teachers:

Support teachers may be required to work in different locations, such as covering classes in various schools or providing support services to multiple educational settings. They incur travel expenses, including public transport costs, mileage, accommodation (if necessary), meals while on duty and laundry.

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