www.hmrc.gov.uk/taxcredits claim form
Everybody has to pay tax and sometimes it happens that you need to claim for refund. One can find out how much income tax you need to pay and how much allowances you can claimat HM Revenue & Customs income tax website. You can get proper information and clear instruction if you have paid extra tax and needs to claim for the refund. The website is useful to all working people, just retired people or those who retired for a long time. You can apply for tax refund online at the website following all the instructions given. Here we will check www.hmrc.gov.uk/taxcredits claim form and other details.
About HM Revenue and Customs
HMRC, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is a department of the UK government. Its functionsare to collect direct and indirect taxes and do pay Child Benefit, Child Trust Fund and Tax Credits.
How to Claim a Tax Refund at HM Revenue & Customs?
- Your tax code if you pay tax through PAYE in the UK.
- Youhave to provide reasons to HMRC why you think your tax is overpaid and you want to reclaim for it.
- Tax forms P60 and P45, employment information and benefit history, if it is applicable.
- Visit HMRC Income Tax website at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax and click on the “Tax Refunds and Reclaiming Overpaid Tax”.
- Find suitable links for you and click on it, read and learn how to prepare material and claim a refund through PAYE, Self-Assessment or by sending in form R40, as well as time limits for claiming.
- If you are a current employee or a retired employee receiving pension or retirement annuity through PAYE, to reclaim PAYE overpayment for current year and last year, you need to contact local HMRC office and explain reason for why you think your tax is overpaid and send any necessary documents to them; to claim PAYE overpayment for earlier tax years, you have to write to HMRC and send forms P60, P45 and relevant documents with it.
- If you have just retired and think that you will not receive any taxable pension income, complete form P50 and send it to HMRC along with part 2 and part 3 of form P45, keep part 1A as a record of income
- For further information, refer to the HMRC Tax Refunds and Reclaiming Overpaid Tax web page at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax/refund-reclaim.htm. You can find related forms on official website.