The Uniform Tax Claim Website Reaches In-house Target Number of Successful Rebate Applications

The Uniforms Tax Claim website has reached a milestone figure in terms of successful uniform tax rebate claims processed via their online service.

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Uniform Tax Rebate

(PRWEB) April 06, 2014

The Uniforms Tax Claim website has reached a milestone figure in terms of successful uniform tax rebate claims processed via their online service.

The Uniform Tax Claim website is pleased to announce that is has reached a milestone in assisting UK workers receive income tax rebates based on their work wear and uniform expenses. The website’s management team can now reveal that the service has now processed over 1,000 applications from those wishing to initiate a tax rebate via their website.

This target figure was set during the implementation phase of the website and was one of the key performance indicators which would help determine whether the project was a success or not. “When we were creating the plans for the website, we wanted to set a metric that would allow us to unambiguously decide if the project was on track or not, and we all decided that hitting a certain number of users in a certain amount of time would be a clear indicator we were offering a useful service,” the project manager for the website explained. “We of course have other metrics we are tracking, such as number of successful applications, and length of processing time, but total applications processed is one we are particularly proud of” he continued.

When asked why the website was proving to be so popular with those seeking a uniform tax rebate in the UK, the website’s founder revealed that the key to its success was that the site makes a seemingly complicated task much simpler to complete. “When we were in the research phase of the project, we found that many potential users of the website had not made a uniform tax claim themselves as they thought the process would be too difficult and time consuming, with only a small chance of being successful” the website’s founder explained. “While the reward of a tax rebate and receiving a cash payment was very appealing, the perceived work involved was barrier that was too high for many” he continued.

When speaking to a successful uniform tax rebate applicant who used the http://www.uniformtaxclaim.co.uk/ website, the thoughts of the website management team were corroborated. “I had been aware that is was possible to claim an income tax refund based on uniform upkeep costs, but I just hadn’t ever gotten around to making a claim due to a lack of information on how to get started” one user of the website shared. “But by using the Uniform Tax Claim website I was able to just fill in a couple of online forms and then sit back and let their team handle the whole process, from applying on my behalf, through to sending me the refund I was awarded,” he continued.

As this scheme for claiming overpaid income tax based on uniform and work wear upkeep costs has no end in sight, the number of UK workers who qualify for this rebate, is expected to continue to grow. As those workers also become aware of this scheme, the numbers who want to make an application is too likely to grow. While many of those who qualify are happy to make the claims themselves, it seems like a significant portion are happy to let a service like the Uniform Tax Claim team handle their application for Uniform tax rebate on their behalf.


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