Worthwhile to check if you're entitled to a tax rebate - Care Worker Tax Rebate
Being a Care Worker is a tough job in which the payslip at the end of each month doesn’t reflect the hard work put in. To add insult to injury, they also spend thousands on expenses required to simply do their job. They’re out of pocket from buying fuel, meals on the road, DBS checks and more. Though care workers cannot get the full expense of these costs back (unless their employers provide this directly), they can claim back the tax on these expenses.
That’s where Care Worker Tax Rebate comes in. Proud partners of The Care Workers’ Charity, they are a firm of professional accountants who specialise in claiming tax refunds for Care Workers who incur work related expenses such as mileage. They’ve been fighting for Care Workers’ rights since 2012, and they have already reclaimed more than £20,000,000 from HMRC on behalf of more than 16,000 Care Workers. They have a Trustpilot page which has over 600 reviews and an ‘Excellent’ rating.
Their tax experts will handle your claim from start to finish – all they need from you is a quick phone call to discuss your expenses. Their friendly agents are there to help every step of the way and they will provide updates at every stage of the process.
Things they can include in your claim:
- Fuel used for visiting multiple locations.
- Bus tickets used for visiting multiple locations.
- Train tickets used for visiting multiple locations.
- Taxi fares used for visiting multiple locations.
- Bicycle use when visiting multiple locations.
- Meals bought on the road.
- Hotel stays.
- Car parking costs.
- Toll charges.
- DBS checks.
- Professional subscriptions.
- Washing of uniform.
- Working from home.
- Purchasing PPE.
They have a compliance process that has been vetted and approved by HMRC which allows them to maximise the value of your claim, and the average refund for a four-year claim is a whopping £1258! Apply here to get your claim started.