TAX REFUNDS FOR UK NURSES
As many as 1 in 3 people may be owed tax
What would you spend your refund on?
- Holiday - 32%
- Work and Travel Programme - 21%
- Treat Family & Friends - 16%
- Shopping Spree - 14%
- Investment/Savings - 9%
- Credit Card Payment - 5%
- Home Improvements - 3%
The Average UK tax refund is £963
Claim tax rebates for up to the last four years
Although not automatically required to complete tax returns Nurses are entitled to claim back standard work-related allowances for a number of things including:
- Subscriptions to Professional Bodies - Unions
- Subscriptions to Professional Magazines - i.e. Nursing Times & Nursing Standard
- Laundry - Towards the cost of cleaning your uniform
- Uniform - Towards the cost of shoes and tights
But there's more...
You may have been given the wrong tax code!
You may be entitled to a larger tax refund as a result of having the wrong tax code because of circumstances including:
- Working only part of a tax year
- Being on an emergency tax code
- Change of status
- Part-time to full-time
- Student to employee
- Multiple jobs
- Full-time and agency
- Multiple agencies
How easy is it to do?
Taxback.com makes it easy
Taxback.com's simple and secure tax refund service makes claiming your tax back easy - all you need to do is sign the forms and then relax while we organise your refund and send the money straight to you, wherever you are in the world. Click on the Taxback.com logo to see how much you could be owed.
What if I worked overseas?
Taxback.com can help you claim tax from overseas
Taxback.com also provide income tax refunds from 15 other countries worldwide so if you've worked anywhere else in the last few years, you could be due a significant refund.
Average refunds for Taxback.com clients working overseas have been:
- Australian Tax Refund $2,500AUD
- Canadian Tax Rebate $904CAN
- US Tax Rebate $800US
- Irish Tax Refund €840
Are these tax refunds just for UK Nurses?
Taxback.com helps workers worldwide
Most people who have worked overseas are due a tax refund from that country due to tax treaties between your home country and the country of employment. Other factors will also affect your refund, such as how long you worked, how much you earned, etc.