Our friendly team at DSR Tax Claims are the experts in claiming maximum tax refunds for employed construction workers, who work for an employer and are paid under the PAYE (Pay As You Earn) system. We aim to make life easy for our clients, which means that we use our tax expertise to claim your maximum tax rebate. Our tax rebate specialists are the experts in making sure we claim every penny of tax relief you are entitled to and we even take care of all the paperwork for you. Why not check out our handy online calculator to see how much you could get? Or give our friendly team a call on 0300 122 9972 and let’s get your refund claim started!
Tax refunds for Employed Chimney Engineers
If you work as an employed chimney engineer – this means that you work for an employer rather than being self-employed under the CIS (Construction Industry Scheme) – our experts can help you to get your maximum tax refund. DSR Tax Claims have extensive experience within the construction industry so we know that it is highly likely you’re spending your own money on your work expenses. But you needn’t be left out of pocket – whether you are spending on tools and equipment to complete a job or shelling out on union fees or business mileage, we want to make sure that you get to keep as much of your hard-earned wages as possible. Our tax preparation experts ensure you claim your maximum refund – but you don’t need to worry that you will end up in trouble with HMRC, because we don’t claim a penny more than you are entitled to.
Our expenses guide will give you more information about the expenses you can claim a tax refund for.
How can DSR Tax Claims help?
We know that your time is precious and that is why our friendly team can take all the hassle out of your tax refund claim. We can fill in the forms for you as well as deal with HMRC on your behalf. We can even get your money back in your account within 21 days, so you’re not left out of pocket for any longer than you should be so call us on 0300 122 9972 and let’s get your claim started today!