Tax Rebates & Refunds

Tax refunds smooth the transition after a redundancy

February 28, 2012
Posted in Tax Rebates — Written by Jennifer

If you have come to terms with the fact that you are being made redundant then you need to try and react as positively as possible. It is down to you to find something new and to be proactive about getting back into work. It is obviously easier said than done to get a job in the current job market, but there is no reason why you should not approach the matter with a degree of confidence.

You should also prepare for your redundancy by looking at your situation in terms of the tax you have paid. It is often the case that being made redundant means that you have paid too much tax and if this is the case you will obviously be keen on getting it back. Addressing this sort of matter helps to ease the transition period between jobs.

When you finish at your current place of work you will be in a position to claim your tax rebate and it could amount to hundreds of pounds. If this is the case then it will help you to deal with that tricky period that you spend between jobs, without necessarily being sure of your finances.

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