If you worked in the UK at any time during the 2005/2006 tax year, you should apply for your refund as soon as possible. The UK tax office has recently shorted the reclaim period from 6 to 4 years. The new time period will begin in April 2012, allowing a short grace period for claims from 2005/2006.
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We have heard from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) this week that it is preparing to send out tax rebates totalling £2.5 billion between now and the end of next year, as it clears its backlog of pay as you earn (PAYE) open cases for the tax years 2003 to 2008.
Take our Refund Potential Quiz to see if there is a nice sum of money waiting to be claimed by you!
Around half a million taxpayers did not receive their Self Assessment Tax Forms in time to submit and pay by the 31st of July this year. HMRC on their website said that “no one needs to worry about this” and apologised for the delay, presumably caused because the Revenue ran out of paper.
It’s the end of the tax season and now is a good time to apply to claim back any tax you may have overpaid in the last tax year, as well as the past 4 years, if you haven’t claimed previously.
With the end of the financial year looming, fraudsters, phishers and con artists are once again hard at work trying to take your money!
With the end of the financial tax year just a few weeks away, 1st contact would like to urge you to check if you are due a UK tax refund. The 1st Contact Tax Refunds team is geared up and ready to deal with the numerous claim requests that start pouring in at this time [...]
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“Don’t miss out on money due to you because you’re not sure if you’re eligible for a refund or not” says John Dunn, Tax refunds Manager at 1st Contact. According to Dunn, 1 in 3 people are due a tax refund, but many don’t bother to go through the motions to receive their money.
The HMRC’s admission to over calculating taxes has resulted in tax rebates being due to thousands of UK tax payers. You may be set for a tax refund, without even knowing it. According the Chartered Institute of Taxation, HM Revenue & Customs has sent the wrong tax codes to a number of people throughout the [...]