Fighting For Your Rights Since 2013
For a over decade, we’ve specialised in assisting Armed Forces personnel in navigating the complexities of tax claims. Our in-depth understanding of the rules ensures you get the maximum rebate you’re entitled to with zero financial risk.
Discounted Pricing for Armed Forces
Our fee for successful claims is just 12.5% plus VAT. This means on a typical claim you get up to £375 more in your pocket! And with our ‘No Rebate, No Fee’ policy, you’ll have no upfront costs and only pay when we successfully secured your rebate.
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Armed Forces Tax Refunds Explained
If you’ve used your personal vehicle to commute to a temporary work assignment within the last four years, you may be eligible for a tax refund on the travel costs between your primary residence and your workplace.
The criteria for what constitutes a ‘temporary workplace’ can be complex, but in simple terms, it’s a location where you are stationed for less than two years. This can include any travel to training courses too.
When you initiate a claim through our services, we will rigorously assess your individual circumstances to ensure we file an accurate and valid tax refund claim on your behalf.
What Expenses Can Be Included in Your Military Tax Rebate Claim?
Maximise Your Claim: Understanding What’s Eligible
When it comes to claiming a tax rebate for Armed Forces personnel, there’s more to consider than just travel costs. To ensure you’re getting the most from your rebate, it’s crucial to be aware of all eligible expenditures. Here are some key expenses you can include in your claim:
- Commuting costs to and from ‘temporary workplaces,’ in line with HMRC guidelines.
Formal Military Attire
- Costs for required uniforms such as mess dress.
- Food expenses during temporary assignments or secondments.
Secondments and Temporary Duties
- Expenses related to short-term roles, including those in support of MACA initiatives or COVID-19 testing stations.
Career Advancement Courses
- Fees for vocational training and other career development courses, such as CMT or resettlement programmes.
- Costs for training conducted at civilian institutions like universities, as long as it’s related to your career.
- Expenses for assignments that last less than 24 months, whether in the UK or abroad.
Our team of experts is always here to guide you through these details, making sure you don’t miss any opportunities for a tax rebate.
How It Works
Your Step-by-Step Guide to Claiming a Military Tax Rebate
Understanding how to claim your tax rebate can seem complicated, but we’ve simplified the process to make it as straightforward as possible. Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Register Online
To get started, simply register on our website. All we need are some basic details, and it takes just a couple of minutes.
Step 2: Submit Documents
Send over your essential documents, like travel logs or meal receipts, to bolster your MOD tax rebate claim.
Step 3: Expert Claim Filing
Our experienced team will prepare and submit your MOD tax rebate claim to HMRC.
Step 4: Receive Your Rebate
Once HMRC approves your claim, you’ll receive your MOD tax rebate either as a lump sum or via adjustments to your tax code.