A number of situations can arise where a doctor might be due a refund from HMRC:
- Emergency or incorrect PAYE tax code having been operated on your NHS salary
- Tax relief due on membership payments to professional bodies has not been claimed
- Tax relief on other job related expenses has not been claimed
- Higher rate tax relief on Charitable Gift Aid donations has not been claimed
- Higher rate tax relief on personal pension contributions has not been claimed
- NHS training contract related exam and course fees have been incurred
- Unreimbursed work related travel
- Certain types of replacement medical equipment
- Class 1, 2 and 4 National Insurance contributions have been paid in excess of the annual maximum
The rules are very strict when it comes to claiming a tax deduction against your employed earnings and it is important that you do not fall foul of these.
Over the years we have helped thousands of doctors obtain tax refunds so please contact us if you feel you could benefit from our tax rebate service.
Tax refunds can be sought for the previous 4 years so contact us now: firstname.lastname@example.org