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Articles about taxes

6 “Tell-Tale” Signs That You Could Be Due A Tax Rebate (Part 1 of 2)

Ever wondered if you could be due some tax back from HMRC? In this first instalment of a two-part article we explore three easy “tell-tale” signs that you too could qualify for a tax rebate… Although not every taxpayer is entitled to claim a tax rebate, everyone should at least check!   With the start of the new tax year beginning on 6th of April, NOW is the ideal time to ...

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On 7 July 2015

6 “Tell-Tale” Signs That You Could Be Due A Tax Rebate (Part 2 of 2)

In our previous article we listed the first three of 6 “tell-tale” signs that you could be due a tax rebate. Although tax rebates can’t (unfortunately) always apply to every taxpayer, everyone should at least check because this is about YOUR money! Here’s the final instalment...   With the start of the new tax year beginning on 6th of April, NOW is the ideal ...

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On 7 July 2015

Carers & Nurses, Claim Your Full Mileage Allowance!

Many domiciliary carers, district nurses, midwives and NHS health workers enquire if they are due a tax rebate in relation to their business mileage. Although the answer may vary depending on your personal circumstances, here’s a quick guide to help you understand why you may be able to claim from HMRC some of your hard-earned cash – and sometimes the amount in question could be ...

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On 6 July 2015

Mechanics – Fast Guide To Claiming Tax Relief For Your Tools

This guide is designed to help employed mechanics who purchase their own work tools…  Call it a "tool tax rebate", a "mechanic’s tax rebate" or a "tool tax rebate", it means pretty much the same – trying to claim back some money for the tools you purchased. While you may already be familiar with this process to a degree, here's some helpful Q&A to provide you with a ...

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On 6 July 2015

13 Top Tips On How To Claim A Mileage Tax Rebate

A growing proportion of employees have to bear the brunt of paying for travel and business expenses out of their own pocket, with little or no funding at all from their employer – carers; IT consultants; sales managers; etc… being the most affected professions. HMRC is of course aware of this trend, which is why a basic knowledge of the rules can prove useful so you can get a sizeable ...

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On 6 July 2015