We have created a step by step guide on how to check if you are due a tax rebate. Follow the steps bellow or apply for your tax rebate online now:
- Have you earned below the tax free allowance (£6,475)?
- Get your P45/P60s
- If you have lost or can’t find your P60/P45’s
- Input your income and tax into the tax rebate calculator
- How can I check if I am due a National Insurance rebate ?
Have you earned below the tax free allowance (£6,475)
If you have earned below the tax free allowance for the tax year, which currently stands at £6,475, you will be able too claim back all of the tax that you have paid.
Get your P60/P45s
If you have earned above £6,475 pounds in the current tax year you still may be able to claim a tax refund. To check to see if you are due a tax rebate, get all your P45/P60 from your current and any previous employers.
If you have lost or can’t find your P60/P45’s
No problem. The only way you can get a replacement that is accepted by the Inland Revenue is to ask your current or former employer for a statement of earnings on company headed paper. The statement of earnings will show you the same data as the P45 or P60 and can be used when submitting your claim.
Input your income and tax into the tax rebate calculator
Once you have your P60/P45 or statement of earnings all you need to do to check if you are due a tax refund is to input your total income for each tax year and the total amount that you have paid in tax in our tax rebate calculator.
How can I check if I am due a National Insurance rebate
If you are working and are a resident of the UK you can claim a rebate on a portion of your national insurance (NI) contributions. An NI (National Insurance) refund can be claimed at any time and only needs to be done once. After that it is automatically applied each year. Press on the link to claim a national insurance rebate.