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Am I due a tax refund?

by 1st Contact | Mar 14, 2014
  • HMRC holds over three million Pounds in unclaimed tax every year, most of it meant for people who assume they aren’t eligible for a tax refund. If you can answer yes to any of the questions below, there’s a good chance you’re due a tax refund.
    Tax refunds

    One in three people in the UK are due a tax refund

    If you can answer yes to any of these seven questions, there’s a good chance you’re due a tax refund too.

    1. Have you left the UK before the end of a tax year?
    2. Have you left a job and/or started a new job before the end of a tax year?
    3. Have you paid emergency tax in the last four years?
    4. Have you had more than one employer in a tax year?
    5. Have you worked for only part of a tax year?
    6. Have you been on an incorrect tax code at any point in the last four years?
    7. Have you worked two or more jobs concurrently?

    How to check if you’re due a tax refund

    • Call a 1st Contact Tax Refunds consultant on 0808 141 5503 to see if you can claim back any overpaid tax.
    • One of our consultants will ask you to provide information on the companies you worked for during the previous four tax years.
    • Supply P60s and P45s from these jobs (if you don’t have these, a 1st Contact Tax Refund consultant can apply for them on your behalf).
    • Your National Insurance (NI) number (if you don’t have an NI number, you can get one speedily through 1st Contact Easy NINO). 

    1st Contact Tax Refunds is one of the largest  registered tax agents in the UK. If you’d like to speak to a consultant, call 0808 141 5503 or send us an email.  

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