What Expenses Can Be Claimed When Self-Employed? If you are self-employed you are probably wondering what expenses you can and cannot include in your Tax return to claim back a Tax rebate. Here we have a summary that may help you along the way. To ensure you receive the best possible Tax rebate it is […]
Have you used your own vehicle or public transport to travel to different locations of work for your employer? If yes, it is most likely you are due a Tax rebate. Act NOW before it is too late to claim. With the average four year claim being £2,500. you have nothing to lose but possibly thousands to gain. Act now and calculate your potential repayment
Have you been involved in the CIS industry? Have you started (or looking to start) your own business but also paid Tax in the previous years? Have you been required to wear certain uniform at work and clean it yourself? If the answer is yes then you are most likely to qualify for a Tax repayment. Deadlines apply so don't delay.
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QuickRebates are a firm of accountants 100% dedicated to helping you get the money you deserve back from HM Revenue & Customs. An estimated £200m each year goes unclaimed just from travelling expenses, with the average claim being £2,500. Our services include repayment management for various trades including construction, armed forces, security labourers, office workers and offshore contractors.
Our team of qualified accountants will deal with your case in the professional manner it deserves.
We understand that dealing with HM Revenue & Customs can be a timely matter, which is why we work around the clock overseeing the status of your claim.
Have peace of mind knowing that your Tax claim is in expert hands who will maximise your claim to the maximum permitted levels, claiming all allowances possible.
When your Tax claim is managed by Quick Rebates, you will receive timely updates through the whole process.
- Quick Rebates will manage your whole CIS repayment claim from start to finish ensuring that you are claiming everything you are entitled to.
- Uniform Refunds
- Do you wear a uniform or protective clothing at work, and required to wash and clean this yourself? You could be entitled to claiming Tax back.
- Security Labourers
- Have you been involved in the security trade in the last four years working at temporary workplace locations? It is highly likely that you could be due a Tax repayment. Find out more today.
Here at Quick Rebates, we are experts in the process of managing Tax repayments with decades of experience at our disposal. A lot of individuals can feel overwhelmed and confused when it comes to their Taxes, but communicating and liaising with HMRC is what we do on a daily basis. We will endeavour to make your repayment claim as easy possible and the process starts with us taking some brief information concerning your circumstances. Once we have all of the information we require, we shall then organise the appropriate paperwork to be prepared, approved by yourself, then issued directly to HMRC. Throughout the whole process we also keep you updated with exactly where your claim currently stands.
It has been estimated that nearly £200 million is unclaimed by Tax payers in the UK each year just from travelling expenses not been accounted for. Furthermore, there are individuals who work in the construction industry who are short changed, as well as uniformed workers that overpay their Tax.
As HMRC set deadlines for making claims, it is best to act quickly.
Have peace of mind that your claim is being managed by Tax experts and consultants. We cover a wide range of industries, not limited to:
- Construction – both CIS and PAYE
- Security workers
- New business start ups
- Offshore workers
- Uniformed workers
For most people, once we have all of the information to make your claim, typical payouts can be in the region of £2,500. The average time for a repayment to be issued can be as short as two weeks, but this depends on the complexity of the claim.
QuickRebates work on a no win, no fee basic. If we are not successful in reclaiming money back for you, there will be no charge.
So what are you waiting for? Contact us today and find out how much you could be entitled to.
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All of the necessary UK Income Tax and National Insurance rates and allowances for the Income Tax year 2018/19 – fiscal year ending 5th April 2019.
Tax refunds are great, everyone loves a Tax rebate from HM Revenue & Customs. In many situations overpayments of Tax occur without the Tax payer knowing, or even HMRC having any knowledge. Because of this, they never get paid but get swallowed up by the Tax office over time. You don’t even need to register […]