Each year millions goes unclaimed in overpaid taxes.
Often people are lucky enough to claim a tax rebate but end up losing the cheque they were sent from the Inland Revenue. If you do not have your tax rebate cheque you can not cash your refund. This article will let you know what you need to do if you loose your tax rebate cheque and also how long you have to ask for a replacement from the Inland Revneue.
How to Get a Replacement Tax Rebate Cheque
If you have been given a tax rebate cheque from the Inland Revenue and have since lost it do not fear, it is possible to obtain a replacement. Also if you have a cheque that is passed its expiry date a replacement can also be obtained. Assuming your tax rebate is still valid you can contact your local tax office and ask them to send you a replacment. You can find your local tax office by using the Inland Revenue office locator or the address may still be with the letter that came with the cheque. Simply write to the tax office requesting that they send a replacement cheque to your current address.
Deadline for Claiming a Tax Rebate
Make sure that you do not wait too long to claim your tax rebate as they can expire if too much time elapses. You can check to see what the deadline is for the specific tax year that you are claiming for by reading the following article: http://www.taxfix.co.uk/forum/articles/deadline-for-tax-rebates-and-self-assessment.html. If you have any questions about getting a replacement tax cheque, leave them in the comments below.