Tax Rebates & Refunds

Mechanics Tax Rebates: Don’t believe all you read…

March 31, 2010
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Lately we’ve been reading various forums such as MoneySavingExpert and moneysupermarket in order to advise anyone asking about tax rebate issues and we’re slightly alarmed at the amount of bad advice that’s given out on them.
That’s why we thought it was a good idea to put the record straight on a few issues relating to [...]

Self assessment tax rebate delays

March 29, 2010
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While The Tax Repayment Agency doesn’t handle getting tax rebates for those who do self assessment, we do think it’s important to keep all tax payers up to date and the revelation in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday that some people are having to wait over a year for their rebates is an important one.
The paper [...]

Sian Williams gets tax rebate support!

March 19, 2010
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Imogen Fox, deputy fashion editor for G2, has offered support to BBC Breakfast presenter Sian Williams in her fight to get a tax rebate on her work wardrobe.
Nice to have friends, isn’t it. We could be yours if you’re looking for a tax rebate or you’re a mechanic looking for a refund on tools you’ve [...]

Sian Williams case highlights the difficulties of claiming tax rebates

March 18, 2010
Posted in Income Tax — Written by The Tax Repayment Agency — Comments (3)

It is a common complaint that dealing with our friends at Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) when it comes to getting a tax rebate of any kind is not exactly plain sailing.
BBC Breakfast presenter Sian Williams is locked in a five year legal battle with HMRC over a tax rebate on her clothing, haircare [...]

Time is running out to claim your tax rebate

March 11, 2010
Posted in Income Tax — Written by The Tax Repayment Agency — Comments (2)

The rules governing how far back you can claim a tax refund for overpaid tax bills are changing soon and that means you are left with very little time to get your claims in.
The time limits for claiming your tax back are changing, from six to four years.
The deadlines differ if you are self assessment [...]

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