Uniform Tax Rebate

Uniform Tax Rebate service by Tax Boomerang

Our online service helps employees to reclaim their tax relief/tax rebate for laundering uniform, tools, equipment, specialist clothing, SIA Licence, CBR Checks, subscriptions fees and more.

There are millions of pounds of overpaid tax being unclaimed in the UK every year.
2 in 3 employees are potentially due an uniform tax refund.

Employees who wear a recognisable uniform (for example: t-shirt with logo) or protective clothing and have to wash it themselves are entitled to a tax refund. However, a vast majority of these employees are not aware of their laundry allowance entitlement.

Why do you not know about it? Many people believe that the Tax Office does include laundry tax relief and refunds overpaid tax. Sadly, this is not true and it is an individual’s responsibility to claim their tax back.

Tax Boomerang offers a simple way to investigate whether you are eligible for a uniform tax refund or not. We will work for you on a “no refund, no fee” basis, therefore, there is no risk for you.

Our service is easy to use and an online application takes about a minute to complete.

To check your eligibility for free please click on the link.

What is a uniform?

Any distinctive clothing that you only wear for work may classed as a uniform. Regardless of your profession, everything from a T-shirt with a company logo on it, a Hi-Vis vest to nurses’ tights is regarded as a uniform from a tax point of view.

You cannot get uniform laundry allowance if your employer provides you with clothing (T-shirt without logo) that you could wear on a daily basic outside of work and you cannot get a tax relief for wearing your own clothes.

How do I claim tax back? 

1- Enter your details onto the Uniform Tax Rebate Calculator to see how much your claim could be worth.

2- When you submit your online application form, we will check and email your form to complete and E-sign.  Please check your email address (including Junk/Spam Folder).

Once you complete and E-sign the online form, we will start the tax refund process and contact HM Revenue & Customs directly. We will also ensure you pay less tax every month to cover any future uniform laundry expenses

3- You should get your tax rebate. Your tax code should change within the following 12 weeks and if that happens, you will need to pay less tax in future.

Get your uniform tax rebate now.

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