We can make claims for the past 4 tax years – 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18. If you haven’t claimed in any of these years we can go ahead. If you have already done all these years we will happily take you on board until the next available claim date.
How long does the process take to pay out?
This varies from client to client depending on their own circumstances however the average time is between 2 – 4 weeks.
I owe HMRC money
Even if you owe money then we may still be able to help you. We have had numerous clients owe money and still end up being able to claim money back. Each client is different.
I have been declared bankrupt
If you have been declared bankrupt and are still paying money then we may still be able to help. Generally if a repayment is claimed then HMRC will pay this direct to the creditors which means we would not receive any money for you. However, if you still wished to proceed in order for your repayment to help pay off these debts then for a fee we could still proceed with you. Please [contact us] regarding this and we can discuss it in more detail.
How many years do you claim back for?
The limits set by HMRC for claiming tax back is the past 4 tax years therefore 2014/15 is now the earliest tax year available.
How much can I claim back?
Every client is unique and not everyone receives the same rebate. It varies depending on your circumstances, how many years you are claiming for and whether you owe money already to HMRC. We have had clients who have claimed back between £100 and £12000 all of whom have been very happy.
How much do you charge?
For PAYE employees claiming back expenses we charge 28%+vat of any tax reclaimed.
C.I.S workers will be charged 18+vat.
I don't have any records, can I still claim?
Not everyone keeps records of expenses that they didn’t know they could use to claim tax back. We understand this and will work alongside you to recover tax back for these expenses. We do stress though that you should keep these records from now on.
Why can I claim tax back?
HMRC is the department which collects tax in the U.K.Their rules state that employees are entitled to reduce their tax liability when they have job expenses which “must be incurred wholly, exclusively and necessarily in the performance of the duties of the employment”.Basically if your employer requires you to incur expenses for the purpose of doing your job and nothing else then you can be entitled to claiming tax back.
Interested in claiming your tax back? Contact us now on