How do you claim a tax refund on uniform expenses? If you have to purchase a uniform or clothes for work, you may be eligible to claim tax for these expenses. And it doesn’t stop there if you travel for work, purchase technology, make work calls, and work from home, you could be eligible for a PAYE expense claim. Read on to discover some of our historical blogs and help guides for UK work expense claims, including uniforms.
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How can you claim uniform and work expenses on a UK tax refund?
Wear a uniform to work? Did you know you may qualify for a tax rebate?
If you are required to wear a uniform to work, do you know you may qualify for a tax rebate for the cost of maintaining it? From policemen to nurses to electricians, many UK taxpayers wear uniforms to work. Who qualifies, and how can you collect your tax rebate? Find out more about claiming uniform tax allowance.
Tips for filling your self-assessment tax return
If you’re self-employed in the UK, you must complete a self-assessment tax return. We all know tax returns can be incredibly confusing, so here are a few tips for filing your tax return online before the deadline of the 31st of January.
Tax tips for electricians
Regarding tax concerns, most ordinary individuals are none the wiser. Unless you take the time to study everything tax-related, that is. But as a self-employed electrician, you may want to focus more on your job and less on tax concerns. This article explains some key tips for electricians when it comes to UK tax refunds.
Tax tips for hospitality and bar workers in the UK
If you’re headed to the UK for a working holiday, you may end up working in a bar whilst you get some cash together for travelling, but it’s essential to be aware of what you’re earning and, more importantly, how much you’re getting taxed. Keep reading for more tips on tax allowances for bar workers.
Tax deductibles for nurses in the UK
If you are a nurse or work in the healthcare sector in the UK, whether permanently or whilst on a working holiday, you could be entitled to claim tax relief. Thousands of nurses miss out on this every year because they don’t realise that they are entitled to claim, so read on to find out what you could claim for as a health professional. Here are a few top tips for what nurses can claim on UK tax returns.
Top tax tips for hospitality workers
If you’re in hospitality, you could be paying too much tax, but did you know there are certain things you can claim tax refunds for? As a chef, waiter, waitress, or bar worker, you may be eligible to claim tax refunds for cleaning your uniform, buying a uniform, and other expenses. Read this article to learn more about what hospitality workers can claim when filing a PAYE tax return.
Claiming tax back on meals and travel
When you work overtime, you may be eligible to claim meals if you’re travelling for work or if your employer pays you an overtime allowance. The key here is that you’re only due a refund if your employer has not reimbursed your expenses already.
Tax allowance for teachers in the UK
Teachers, are you making the most of your tax deductibles? There are several taxable allowances that teachers can claim depending on what educational activities they undertake. Take a look at this blog for tax tips for teachers.
Claiming aircrew tax allowances
If you work as aircrew travelling overseas, there are several allowances available; this article explores what you can claim in more detail – Tax Deductibles for flight attendants
Tax allowances for airline flight crew personnel
As an airline employee, you are qualified to claim several job-related tax deductions. They depend on your position, whether you are a pilot or flight attendant. Check out this article on tax tips for aircrew members.
What tax can you claim back when you’re a nurse in the UK?
Did you know that if you’re working as a nurse in the UK you may be entitled to claim back tax relief on your earnings? Although your employer will pay for certain things, there may be times when you need to pay for something out of your pocket. But don’t worry; you should be able to claim this money back when you complete a PAYE Tax return.