healthcare-workers-tax-refunds

 

Tax Refunds for Healthcare Workers

Carers in the community and domiciliary healthcare workers are often entitled to claim tax back - but are not aware of it!

  • Are you employed on a PAYE basis by an agency?
  • Do you use your own vehicle to get to your appointments?
  • What about your uniform, shoes and tunic you have to wear... Do you provide it yourself and keep it clean?

 

If you answer YES to any of these questions, you are more than likely owed tax back. Bettertax has been designed to help PAYE workers complete their self assessment tax returns and claim back all the tax legitimatly owed.

We make the whole process as easy as possible and how we do this and work with you can can be found on our Tax Refund Process page.

If we can't secure you a PAYE tax refund, we'll not charge you a penny. You have nothing to lose in finding out if you are entitled to a tax rebate.

Self assessment tax returns do not mean you have to be self employed!

We have worked with employees of Allied Healthcare GroupFocus Care Services, NHS Trust Plymouth and many other care groups.

If you're self-employed in any care profession, as a nurse, midwife or carer, we can help you too.

 

"Bettertax was recommended by my partner. I didn't think I would qualify, I work in the care sector. It was simple I chatted to a very friendly lady, talked about my working life style, I signed forms received within a couple of days and then I waited. Suprise suprise the tax man wrote to me and codes changed. When I spoke to Bettertax I had my eyes closed when they said..... And coming back to you is ££££££££ I could not believe it. Big thank you to you all in the office you deserve your fee from my refund x." said Julie N, as she received £8023 tax refund.

 

 

Read more in our Tax Returns FAQs or simply call 01280 821020 and ask, or click the “Start Your Tax Refund” button below.

 

 

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