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Changes in your employment?

Have you changed jobs?

If you're a PAYE (Pay as You Earn) worker, such as a receptionist, nurse or teacher, your employer will automatically deduct tax from your earnings.  However, it's estimated that one in three people who pay tax in the UK overpay tax.

Find out if you're due a WooHoo tax refund today!

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Drive your own vehicle for work?

Employment-related Expenses?

If you're a PAYE (Pay as You Earn) worker and spend money on tools or specialist clothing that are required for your job, and your employer doesn't reimburse you the costs, you may qualify for a tax refund. Even if you've never claimed this expense before, you're entitled to claim back the last four tax year's worth of specialist tools and clothing rebates.

Find out if you're due a WooHoo tax refund today!

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Just arrived or left?

Left or arrived in the UK part way through a tax year?

If you're a PAYE (Pay as You Earn) worker and you either arrived in or left the UK part way through a tax year, you'll be able to claim a tax refund for any of the unused part of your tax-free personal allowance in that tax year.

Find out if you've overpaid tax and are due a WooHoo tax refund!

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Questions We're Often Asked

Questions we're often asked

Can I claim a tax refund?

If you've had changes in your employment within a tax year, have had to cover your own work-related expenses, or arrived in or left the UK part way through a tax year, it's likely you've overpaid tax and are owed a tax refund!

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Questions we're often asked

How much will my tax refund be?

It's estimated that 1 in 3 people who pay tax in the UK are owed a tax refund, with an average refund of over £420! Everyone's tax refund is different because the amount of tax you pay depends on a variety of personal factors and your individual situation.

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