Getting Tax Refunds For Ordinary Taxpayers For Over 25 Years.
The Tax Refund Company has been helping ordinary taxpayers check their tax codes for errors and claim tax refunds where due since 1994. With over 3 million taxpayers having applied for a tax code review and with a reputation for leaving no stone unturned in our search for overpaid tax, we’ve grown to become the UK’s leading professional tax refund specialists.
The No.1 Tax Refund Company
Our No. 1 position is recognised by employers, Trade Unions and Professional Bodies the length and breadth of Britain, with more the 500 recommending our service to their employees and members over the last 25 years.
Not to be confused with other rebate companies offering a “cheap and cheerful” service looking for the obvious errors whilst ignoring those more complicated and time consuming errors, we take the view our clients deserve to get back every £ they’re entitled to and it’s our job to help them get it, no matter what it takes.
1 In 3 Clients Get A Tax Refund
Over 1 in 3* clients receive a refund when they give our experts the opportunity to review their tax codes. With our cast iron “Largest Refund Guarantee”, we’ll make certain that if you’ve paid too much tax, you will get every £ your entitled to.
We’ll make sure HMRC gives you back every £ due to you, which is not something you can be certain of when contacting HMRC yourself! Even if you manage to get through to HMRC, unless you already understand PAYE tax rules, you can’t be certain you’ve been given the cottect answers. It’s the same if you manage to get a refund – you will never know it’s the correct amount unless you have someone on your side who knows exactly what they’re doing and with your interests at heart.
We know tax is confusing – given the PAYE tax code guide is over 22,000 pages long, it’s not something you’re likely to understand any time soon, so we’ve done our best to make it simple, quick and easy to use our service – just answer a few simple questions in our quick initial review to get started.
We’re On Your Side
We’ll provide you with a totally independent review – remember we’re on your side and you only pay us if we help you get your money back, otherwise it’s totally FREE.
Where you get a tax refund, our fees are clear and simple – if you get up to £100 back, we charge £38. If you get over £100, we charge 38p for each £1 we recover. If for any reason your refund is under £38, you won’t need to pay us any more than we got back for you.
We won’t charge you anything on refunds we get back for a current tax year that are paid directly into your wages – we’ll let you keep the whole refund – so you could get a refund and pay us nothing. You also won’t need to pay us a fee for any money you save after we’ve completed your review and corrected your tax code.
Average Tax Refund Of £223
Our refunds in 2018 average £223.29** each, but there are thousands of clients who’ve ended up getting back as much as £14,974 and every single one of them started out right where you are now, wondering whether it was worth doing. After all, they were “on PAYE and their employer looked after their tax” so why would they have paid too much!
So if you want the chance to put your money back where it belongs, in your pocket rather than in HMRC’s, it takes just a couple of minutes to get started. It could turn out to be the best investment of time you’ve ever made.
If you’ve got any questions, there’s a good chance you’ll find the answer on our FAQ page, which has the answers to our 30 most commonly asked questions. If you can’t find the answer, give our expert team a call on 0161 968 7345 and we’ll be happy to help. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
*From 23,957 clients who have completed our tax code review in 2017, 8,664 clients have received refunds or are currently awaiting a refund payment, equating to 36.2 refunds from every 100 reviews.
**From 5,329 clients who have requested a review in 2017 and have now received all the refunds they were due, the refunds total £1,167,217 – an average of £219.03 each. This figure does not take into account clients who have received part of their refund and are awaiting the final amount from HMRC.
Figures correct at 7/12/2017.