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Being due a tax rebate means that for whatever reason, you paid more income tax than you were supposed to (HMRC makes mistakes too, surprise, surprise!).
At the end of the tax year, you will receive a P8100 which lets you know if you’re due a tax rebate. The good news is that now HMRC has to give you back any overpaid tax.
If HMRC does not automatically refund your overpaid tax, you will have to claim it yourself by contacting HMRC – either way, nothing feels better than a bit of extra cash rolling in unexpectedly.
Find out when you are due a tax rebate and how to claim a refund below.
This will differ depending on whether you are full-time employed or self-employed.
Claiming a tax refund depends on your situation:
Bare in mind that a tax rebate is different from tax relief.
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