We do all the hard work for you so that it's quick and easy to claim your tax rebate.
If you're a PAYE or CIS construction worker then you could be entitled to a tax rebate on all types of expenses.
At Express Tax Claims we believe in second to none customer service, which is why we've made our claims process as quick and easy as possible.
In fact, it's so simple to use our service that you can be on your way to a healthy tax rebate in just three simple steps!
If you're a construction worker who has been employed on a temporary site (for a period of 24 months or less) then you're eligible to claim tax rebates on things like travel, subsistence and accommodation.
To find out what you could claim, the first thing you need to do is let us know where you worked and when you worked there. You can either call us on 01892 704279 to give us your details or use our contact form. Once we know your work history we can work out the costs you're likely to have incurred and calculate a claim.
Next, we'll ask you to provide us with a few straightforward details including your personal details and information on how you were paid, who paid you and any expenses you paid out or received.
We then fill out all the necessary paperwork on your behalf and contact HMRC to make a claim. Once your claim has been registered, we stay in regular contact with the tax office to determine the status of your claim and ensure the money is sent to us as soon as possible.
You don’t need to do anything whilst your claim is being processed except sit back and wait for the cash to roll into your account. As soon as your rebate has been received by us it will be transferred to your account minus our fee. Our claims currently have a healthy 100% success rate, so why delay?
Getting your tax refund really is as simple as picking up the phone or a few clicks of your mouse and when you consider that you could end up with a windfall worth thousands, can you really afford not to find out whether you could be eligible?
Get in contact today and find out how much you’re entitled to.