(PRWEB) February 13, 2014
In the UK it is possible for workers to receive a reduction in the amount of income tax they pay each year based on the costs involved in maintaining their work clothing and uniforms. However, as not all employees are aware of this, many often end up paying more income tax than they should each year. This results in less take home pay each month. With this in mind, a new website has recently been launched to help rectify this issue for many workers.
The website only recently went live but has already been a popular destination for UK workers looking to reduce their tax bills and also claim a tax refund on previous years of overpayment. “The launch was pretty low-key for a new website, but thanks to those searching for related terms, the number of visitors to the site has been growing steadily since it went live,” the website manager proclaimed. “In fact, our website’s analytical software has shown that a number of visitors have been finding their way to our site via referral links that other visitors have been sharing with their friends, co-workers, and online social circles,” he further explained.
As the site has the potential to help anyone who wears a uniform to work and is required to cover the cost of its upkeep themselves, a substantial portion of the UK workforce are reported to be able to make use of the uniformtaxclaim.co.uk website. As applying for the income tax rebate can be time consuming for some of those who qualify for it, the website contains regularly updated information for making a claim, as well as a service for making a uniform tax claim on the workers behalf. This aims to greatly reduce the steps involved in making the claim and the effort required on the part of the applicant.
“Many workers are unsure if they qualify, due to the nature of the uniform they wear for work. Due to this reason people are reluctant to put in to the effort to make the claim in case their attempt is futile,” the site’s sales manager stated. “By using out service, workers that wear uniforms can save themselves a bit of time and effort and make a speculative claim which could very well result in a back payment of taxes,” he continued.
So far, since its launch, the site has featured lots of information covering how the claims can be made, who can apply for the uniform tax rebate, and what sort of amount workers can expect to receive. The forms for initiating a claim on a no win no fee basis are also a prominent feature of the website. These forms have been setup for those without the time or the inclination to initiate a claim manually, and are already proving popular with site visitors. “So far we’ve had many more applicants make a claim via our service than we anticipated,” the website manager exclaimed. “This has given us a lot of encouragement that we are providing a useful service,” he mused.
With many workers entitled to a uniform tax refund, as well as lower income tax payments going forward, it seems like this website (http://www.uniformtaxclaim.co.uk/) is tapping into an eager market.