We at DSR Tax Claims are experts in all matters tax-related and we have helped many, many clients claim their maximum rebate as quickly as possible and with excellent client satisfaction rates. Whatever sector you work in, it is possible that you are due a refund – money that is rightfully yours. Some people worry that they are doing something they shouldn’t by claiming their maximum refund but they are mistaken – it is money that you have overpaid, and HMRC would pay you that money back if they were aware that you had overpaid. But maybe they aren’t aware that you have paid for your own safety equipment at work, or have been travelling to a temporary workplace. Our guide gives you more information about whether you could be entitled to a tax refund – or you could use our handy online calculator to check your eligibility.
But who can be bothered with all that paperwork, right? Luckily for you, we at DSR Tax Claims can be bothered with that paperwork on your behalf so give our friendly team a call on 0330 122 9972 and let’s get you your rebate.
What kind of things can you claim a refund for?
If you have been travelling to a temporary workplace and paying your travel costs yourself (or just part of those costs), then you are entitled to claim that money back. Similarly, if you wear a uniform to work and have to wash it yourself then you can claim back your laundry costs. You might be surprised at which expenses HMRC regulations allow you to claim tax relief on. Get in touch with our expert team on 0330 122 9972 and let us get your money back to you!
If you work in the military, you are entitled to claim travel expenses on any of your temporary postings under 24 months – even if they are outside the UK. Whether you use your own transport or public transport, you are entitled to claim those costs back, and you can backdate your claim for up to four years.
CIS Construction Workers
If you are a CIS worker, then there are plenty of expenses which you might be entitled to claim back, including travel to temporary workplaces – which for a CIS worker is any site where you have been working for less than 24 months. Claims can be backdated for up to four years.
PAYE Construction Workers
Although you are not entitled to claim for as large a range of expenses as a CIS construction worker, there are still areas where you may be paying expenses out of your own pocket which you are entitled to claim back from HMRC. Travelling to temporary workplaces (for a period of less than 24 months) as well as meals, accommodation, safety gear and laundry expenses for company clothing – all of these are expenses which you don’t have to foot the bill for. And you can backdate these claims for up to four years.
If you travel to different workplaces then you are entitled to those costs back, and you can backdate your claim for up to four years.
If you make your own way to your platform, whether you drive or fly to the airport or heliport, you are entitled to those costs back and you can reclaim up to four years of travel expenses.
You may be entitled to certain travel costs as well as laundering your uniform, or other expenses, and you can backdate these claims for up to four years.
Professional Sports Players
Travel costs, kit expenses, medical treatment and accommodation are all expenses that don’t need to leave you out of pocket and claims can be backdated for up to four years.
And if we haven’t mentioned your employment sector, that doesn’t mean you aren’t entitled to a rebate. Whether you are a teacher, a mechanic, a driver or a salesperson, you are entitled to claim back your travel expenses to temporary places of work as well as other expenses. Call our friendly and professional team on 0330 122 9972 and we can get started on your claim.