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How can I find jot how much I'm due for a tax rebate?


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By law your last employer must provide you with a P45, if he has refused/can not, I smell a rat, Poss not paid your tax for you, see if you can get any, and all information on your employers last tax office, all your pay slips (assuming you got them), and address, names of bosses, start and finish dates with that employer, and go to the tax office, with that information they should be able to sort something out for you.
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has no body else seen the spelling mistake in the title its really bugged me for the last few days lol sorry

 

Always one! Lol

 

It's cause I'm on an iPad, if you hit the wrong key the word gets changed automatically, it's annoying but sometimes good.

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To the OP, I'm a tax advisor, so deal with HMRC on a daily basis

 

If they won't speak to you, I think you have failed their security checks. Have you moved house recently? Call them back and ask if they can update your details because you have failed security checks previously.

 

As for "emergency" tax, this isn't something that happens very often any more because the tax code incorporates your personal allowance. Do your payslips have a tax code? if it says code 'BR' and you normally only pay tax at 20%, you will probably be due a repayment. If it says BR and you normally pay tax at 40%, you will probably owe some money.

 

I'm happy to help (if you think it would be useful) - if so, PM me :cheers:

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To the OP, I'm a tax advisor, so deal with HMRC on a daily basis

 

If they won't speak to you, I think you have failed their security checks. Have you moved house recently? Call them back and ask if they can update your details because you have failed security checks previously.

 

As for "emergency" tax, this isn't something that happens very often any more because the tax code incorporates your personal allowance. Do your payslips have a tax code? if it says code 'BR' and you normally only pay tax at 20%, you will probably be due a repayment. If it says BR and you normally pay tax at 40%, you will probably owe some money.

 

I'm happy to help (if you think it would be useful) - if so, PM me :cheers:

 

Gent and a squire! PM coming your way a bit later on... I have a grumpy baby girl at the moment that needs to go to bed :)

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To the OP, I'm a tax advisor, so deal with HMRC on a daily basis

Do your payslips have a tax code? if it says code 'BR' and you normally only pay tax at 20%, you will probably be due a repayment.

i've got 5 payslips from present employer with BR on :-) i purposfully didn't send P45 in so i'd be hit with heavy tax to claim it back intime for christmas lol ended up being chansed by employer for p46 for the end of year so done that then sent off for tax rebate........our local tax office has a 8week back log LOL they said they were going to go back to 2008 as he could see i was due money back from previously being on the dole (booooo), had to send me employment/benefit history since 08'..........i'm currently 5 weeks into the 8 mentioned above....how quick do they usually release payments? i've got ~£500 from present employer due :-D :cheers:

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