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Claim a trade worker tax rebate the easy way

If you are a contractor working in the UK, changing your tax code could allow you to claim back tax for the last four years and save substantially on future tax payments.

Get in touch with a tax rebate expert for more help

If you are a contractor working in the construction industry in the UK, you could be eligible to claim a tax rebate and save substantially on your future tax.

We can assist you to claim for up to five years. Our experience, coupled with a good working relationship with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), allows us to make your tax refund claim hassle-free.

Are you eligible?

Anyone contracting in the construction industry could be eligible for a tax refund for construction workers.

What can you claim for?

Tax relief may be claimed for the following:

  • Cleaning costs of specialised or protective clothing
  • Buying or replacing of specialised or protective clothing
  • Travel costs, if you use your own vehicle and pay for your own fuel
  • Tools and equipment needed for your work and not paid for by your employer

Claim your mechanic tax rebate

If you are a mechanic or have worked in the UK as a mechanic in the last four years, you may be able to claim a tax rebate based on expenses incurred to perform your job.

If you buy and maintain your own tools or wear specialist clothing, which you pay for yourself, you might also be overpaying on your tax. If you don’t claim this back you could be missing out on hundreds of Pounds.

Are you eligible?

Anyone working in the UK as a mechanic could be eligible for this tax rebate.

What can you claim for?

Tax relief may be claimed for the following:

  • Cleaning costs of specialised or protective clothing
  • Buying or replacing of specialised or protective clothing
  • Tools needed for your work and not paid for by your employer

If you are involved in any of the above, then the CIS scheme applies to you. If you are not registered under CIS and don’t have a Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) number you will be taxed at a higher rate.

What can you claim for?

Tax relief may be claimed for the following:

  • Cleaning costs of specialised or protective clothing
  • Buying or replacing of specialised or protective clothing
  • Travel costs, if you use your own vehicle and pay for your own fuel to get to sites
  • Tools and equipment needed for your work and not paid for by your employer

How you can claim your tax refund

The first step is to fill out the online Tax Refund Claim Form. Thereafter, we will send you our claim pack, which you will need to send back, along with your P60s and P45s. If you need help obtaining these documents, your 1st Contact Tax Refund consultant can assist you with that too.

What it will cost you

CIS claims are Self Assessment claims, these are charged at a low 18% commission.

Don’t be one of the thousands who miss out on substantial tax refunds by not claiming their tax rebate. Speak to a qualified consultant on +44 (0) 80 8141 5503 or email us for a free assessment.

Get an estimate on what you may be due with our Tax Return Calculator:

 

Tax year | The tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April the following year (i.e. the 2012/2013 tax year ran from 6 April 2012 to 5 April 2013).
Gross pay | Add together the gross income from ALL employments you had during the tax year you are claiming for.
Expenses | Add together all your work-related expenses for the year you are claiming for. NB: please remember to keep all your invoices and receipts.
Tax paid | Add together the tax paid from ALL employments you had during the tax year you are claiming for. (This does not include National Insurance.) You can find this figure on your P60 form or final payslip for the year.
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This tax refund calculator provides an estimate of your tax refund, based on the information you enter.

Tax refund due to you:

£0000.00

 

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