Tax Rebates & Refunds

Your tax code ought to reflect your personal circumstances

February 29, 2012
Posted in Tax Rebates — Written by Chris

There is absolutely no reason why you should be paying more tax than the conditions of your employment dictate. You are supposed to have a certain tax code according to what you can afford to contribute and it is vital that this tax code relates to you personally and all your personal circumstances. If it doesn’t then a mistake has been made somewhere along the way.

It is entirely possible that the only mistake you are dealing with in this situation is a case of miscommunication. Some condition relating to your personal circumstances has not been made known to the relevant authorities in the field of taxation and as a result you have been given a tax code that does not actually relate to you. This obviously means the amount of tax you are paying is incorrect.

In order to correct the mistake, it is actually very easy to speak to a claims agency with a good deal of experience when it comes to determining what people are entitled to when it comes to tax. They can help you to straighten the matter out and they can help you claim back the tax you have paid in error.

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