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    Each week we get a large number of questions regarding P60s and P45s. Our tax experts have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and answers. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on the Email address below: What is a P60? A P60 is a tax […]

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    Each week visitors to Tax Fix ask us questions about P45s. Our tax experts have compiled a number of the most frequently asked questions and answers: What is a P45? A P45 is a tax document which is given to you by your employer after you have stopped working or are made redundant. What does […]

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  • Claim Tax Back When Leaving the UK

    Many people leave the UK for various reasons; to explore a new country or to return to an old one. Whatever the reason, you will almost certainly be due some tax back when you leave the country. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on this topic from our professional […]

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    In 2008 more then 395,000 people left the UK. Of these, 60% were migrants returning home permanently, while the remaining 40% were expats starting a new life abroad. Here our tax experts answer some frequently asked questions relating to claiming back tax when you leave the UK permanently: Can I claim back income tax when […]

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Why do people overpay tax?

Each year over £300,000,000 goes unclaimed in overpaid tax. Why does this happen? There could be a number of reasons why you have overpaid tax, including:

  • Being on the wrong tax code
  • Leaving the UK
  • Not earning enough to be taxed
  • You’ve stopped working

Whatever the reason, we can check to see if you have overpaid tax and help you claim it back.

How can you tell if you are due a Tax Rebate?

Your eligibility for a tax rebate depends on how much you have earned and how much you have paid in tax during each tax year. We can provide you with a free, no obligation assessment to determine how much of a tax refund you are due.

We also have a free tax refund calculator which you can use to calculate how much you may be due back.

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Anna's Tax Rebate Story

When Anna started at the University of Leeds, she realised that she would need to find a job to pay her tuition fees. She applied for a job at the student union bar and worked there for a semester. When her exams started she decided that she couldn’t combine both studying and working, so she quit to concentrate on her studies.

Everyone who works in the UK is given a tax free allowance. Anna’s earnings never exceeded her tax free allowance and so she was able to claim back all of the tax that was deducted from her pay cheque.

Anna filled out our forms and sent them to us, and within a month we had contacted The Government, submitted all the necessary claim forms, and transferred more than £1000 directly into her bank account.

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