|According to the Office of National Statistics, more than 395,000 people left the UK to move abroad in 2008, an increase of 24% on the previous year. Each week we receive a number of questions from people asking if they can claim a tax refund if they are moving abroad. Our tax experts answer some of the most common questions on this subject, if you do not find an answer to your question, please send is an E-mail:
Can I claim a tax refund when leaving the UK to move abroad?
Can I claim all my tax back when moving abroad?
How can I calculate my tax rebate?
If you have finished working because you are moving abroad, your employer should have given you a P45. Input the tax and income figures from this into the tax refund calculator to calculate your tax refund.
I do not have my P45/P60 can I still make a claim?
I moved abroad 3 years ago; can I still claim a tax refund?
How do I claim my tax refund?
These will need to be completed and sent to your local tax office.
Can I claim a National Insurance refund when moving abroad?