Some frequently asked questions to clear up any confusion
If you are:
PAYE (Pay as You Earn) / on the books
You must drive your own vehicle to various sites
You must work at temporary sites for the same Employer (not an Agency)
Self-Employed / CIS
You automatically qualify for a claim
We can still claim any unclaimed expenses by submitting an amended Tax Return
No problem. We claim your rebate based upon the number of miles you’ve travelled to do your job.
No. You can only claim a tax rebate for your mileage expenses if you travel to temporary work sites and not on a fixed term contract which is always based at the same place.
We can take your details over the phone so you don’t have to fill out your own forms.
We can amend your Tax Return and claim a tax rebate for your mileage.
No. You can claim for your travelling even when you're paying PAYE tax.
We can get a copy of this from HMRC
Yes. Let us know when you’d like a call and on which number. Click here to contact us
It’s a form similar to a P60 which only a few people receive. It details their ‘Benefits in Kind’, for example, private medical insurance or company car tax which you employer might provide.
Let us know and we will see what we can do to help.
The standard tax code for 4/2015 is 1000L. The general rule is to take the numbers and add a 0 (zero) to the end of it. This tells you how much you can earn before you pay any tax. In this case you can earn £10,000 before you pay any income tax.
Perhaps they live further away than you. Maybe they are taxed at a higher rate and therefore get a higher rate of tax relief. Perhaps they had been on the wrong tax code and paid too much tax for some of the tax year. There are lots of governing factors.
No. We can take the details over the phone that have changed. You can contact us by clicking here
If you are in Self-Assessment then HMRC will be expecting a Tax Return from you every year, unless they write to advise you otherwise. We will complete your Tax Return when we claim your mileage. Be sure not to miss the deadline of 31st January for submission as HMRC imply heavy fines for late submission.
Yes. Our email address is
We are here to help to substantiate your claim. So long as the information you provided us was full and correct then there should be no difficulties.
We can ‘top up’ your expenses to the full entitlement.
We can also claim a tax rebate for your travel from lodge to site.
Yes. You can claim tax relief for your parking but not for fines or penalties.
Let us know. You will be entitled to a little extra.
We can claim a small amount for meals if your employer expected you to lodge away. Let us know if you worked any unsociable hours.
Call us on 01892 704279 or
Complete our online form.
Sign and return the forms with the documents specified in our pre-paid envelope (usually your P60 or CIS statements and ID)
No. We claim your rebate based upon the number of miles you’ve travelled to do your job.
If you are CIS then the answer is YES. If you are PAYE then the answer is NO
4 whole tax years.
There is no limit but on average we claim 1,200* per person, per year. Click here to use our Tax Calculator
*This is based on the refunds received by our clients during the year to 5 April 2013 in relation to construction workers' expenses claims for 2011/12 only.
No. We will complete your Tax Return as part of the process, so no need to pay twice. Just tell us everything which needs to be included on your Tax Return.
Yes you can.
We can often use your last payslip – week 52 or week 53 of that tax year. We can also get a copy of your P60 from HMRC on your behalf.
Because your tax relief is calculated on the number of miles you’ve travelled to do your job.
Yes. You can request a call back by clicking here
It’s a site you work at for a limited duration of time with the expectation to move at any point.
If you have just one job and are not drawing a pension then you should be on the standard tax code for the year. Between April 2013 and April 2014 this is 944L.
Perhaps you are earning more money now and are a higher rate tax payer. Maybe last year you had underpaid tax. There are lots of governing factors and we can look in depth at your own tax affairs and explain your own circumstances.
Yes. Let us know your new address and we’ll do the rest. Click here to send us a message
Yes. Text us on 07860 021981 with any question and we’ll text you back. Texts cost standard network charge.
Yes, we will call, email or text you to let you know it’s arrived safely.
Only if you had an Enquiry with HMRC and they found inaccuracies in the information you provided.
45 pence for the first 10,000 miles and 25 pence per mile thereafter.
Let us know and we can get you some tax relief.
Yes. You can claim tax relief on your toll expenses and parking expenses.
You can still claim. Let us know how much you pay.
Let us have the details and we will just claim the bits you’re entitled to.
Get in contact today and find out how much you’re entitled to.