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Why you are due a tax refund – Top 10 Reasons

As Employers start to hand out P60 forms to millions of Employees many of which could be due to a uk tax refund There are Many Reasons Why you may be due a tax Refund Here are a few examples.

Here are 10 reasons why you could be owed a UK Tax Refund

  1. If you started a new job your employer may have given you an emergency tax code for a while or they may have been using the wrong tax code
  2. You may have only worked for part of the tax year
  3. You’re a student and didn’t complete form P38S Student Employees form to put you on the right tax code
  4. You had multiple jobs
  5. Other income you have that is taxed through your tax code for example, savings/investment income has reduced since you last told HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) about it – which means the amount of income included in your tax code is too high
  6. You ceased working and didn’t get any taxable income or benefits for the rest of the tax year
  7. Your working circumstances changed – e.g. you changed from part-time to full-time working or became self-employed
  8. You were made redundant and didn’t work for a period of time.
  9. You work in the construction Industry (CIS Refunds)
  10. You have worked out of UK Seafarers Tax Refunds

As we work on a No Refund No Fee Basis you’ve got nothing to lose and plenty to gain so why not apply for a PAYE tax refund online or give us a call. 

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