(PRWEB) August 25, 2014
Uniform tax rebate is not yet widely known, yet it affects almost 43% of the British public. It is a rebate scheme introduced by the HMRC for people who wear a uniform or protective clothing to work.
Under the rebate scheme, the people who wear uniform or protective clothing for work purposes can claim tax back; this tax is meant to cover the washing up cost of their clothing for a period of a year. This tax reclaim service is not applicable to the members of the armed forces.
UniformTax.net spokesman David Porter says, “It does not matter if you no longer work in the industry; as long as you wore a uniform for work within the last 4 years, we can help you claim the money back. Our process is extremely simple and payments are generally given by the HMRC in a matter of weeks.”
The website tax reclaim process has been made as simple as possible, as it allows for people to fill in a form that takes less than 30 seconds. With the average applicant reclaiming over £150, there is no reason why eligible people should not take advantage of this tax rebate scheme.
The website has specific pages for most professions that require a uniform, such as a cabin crew uniform tax rebate page, a police officer's uniform tax rebate page, to name a few.
David Porter further went on to say, “With so many companies not processing the tax claims efficiently, our service is designed to ensure that we deal with your claim as efficiently as possible. Our focus is to get you your money as quickly as possible.”