What is PAYE?
PAYE (pay-as-you-earn) is a tax collected by employers when
making wage or salary payments. Your PAYE rate depends upon what PAYE tax code you are on.
If you have been put on the wrong PAYE tax band by the Inland Revenue
(see next paragraph), there is a very good chance that you can claim
a PAYE tax refund. Another reason why you could be due a PAYE rebate
is because every person working in the UK has a PAYE allowance.
Anything earned in this allowance is free from PAYE tax.
How much is PAYE?
It depends. It can be anything from 10% to 40%. Check out our PAYE tax rate table for more details.
What do I need to do if emergency tax affects me?
If you are due a PAYE refund anythime in the last 6 years and want to claim a tax rebate, simply contact one of our agents who will be more then happy to help.