Every year over £300 million goes unclaimed in tax refunds from the Inland Revenue. If you are a Non UK national working in Britian, you may be able to claim a tax rebate. We answer some of the most common questions on this subject, if you can not see the answer you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us:
- I am a Non UK National working in England. Can I claim a tax rebate?
- How can I calculate my tax rebate
- What if I do not have a P60 or P45?
- What is the maximum number of years you can claim a tax rebate for?
- How do I apply for my Non UK national tax refund?
- How long does the process take?
- emergency tax code
- Leaving the UK part way through the tax year
- Not having a P60 or P45
- Changing employers
If you think you might be due a tax refund you can call free on 0800 955 2829 to discuss your situation further.
Simply take the ‘Gross pay’ figure from the P45 or P60 and type this number into our tax rebate calculator . Do the same for the ‘total tax paid’ and then press on ‘Calculate’. The tax calculator will give you an estimate of the tax refund you will be due.
What if I do not have a P60?
If you do not have a P60 or P45 you can still check and claim a tax rebate from the UK government. You need to ask your employer for a statement of earnings on company headed paper. This will show how much you have earned and how much you have paid in tax and it is a sufficient replacement for a P60 or P45. If you like, we can get a maximum of two copies for you if you would like us to claim your tax rebate on your behalf.
How do I apply for my Non UK national tax refund?
You can either make a claim yourself or you can use a tax refund agent. A tax refund agent can obtain all the information required on your behalf. If however if you are claiming the refund yourself, you will need:
- Any P45’s
- Any P60’s
- A P91 – Employment History form
- P85/P86 – Leaving/Entering the UK forms
- Covering Letter
If you have any other questions, watch the short explainer video below or alternatively ask a question in the comments and we’ll personally answer it: