Tax Calculator

We will help you get what you are entitled to.

You can get your overpaid tax back once the tax year has ended. There is a possibility that you overpaid tax if:

  • You worked as a Construction Industry Scheme subcontractor and had business related expenses;
  • You worked only part of the year;
  • You had wrong Tax code;
  • You intend to leave the country.

 

Check if you are entitled to get any tax back by using our calculator. If you have any further questions or difficulty understanding the calculation, please contact our team.

Tax calculator
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Employment
Pay P60/P45
£0.00
Tax
£0.00
Self-employment
Gross Income
£0.00
Tax
£0.00
You can reclaim
£0

Employment

Choose if you were employed in the tax year and have P45/P60 forms.

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Pay P60 / P45

Include your pay from P45 / P60 forms*.

*If you were working as an employee in the company, after the 6th of April your employer needs to issue a P60 form that states your actual earning and tax deducted for the financial year.

If you left your employment before the end of financial year your employer will issue a P45 form with earnings and tax deducted in the employment during the financial year.

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Tax

Include tax deducted from P60 / P45 forms.

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Self-employment

Select if you were working as self-employed/sole trader.*

* This is a business form where you are considered working for yourself. You are responsible for your tax affairs; paying taxes and National Insurance contributions, submitting yearly declarations.

When working in Construction Industry you receive payments with 20 per cent deductions that you can potentially claim back (or part of it) at the end of the Tax year.

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Gross income

Include you income from self-employment.*

* Calculate your annual income before any tax taken off. Do not deduct any business expenses.

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Tax

Include tax deducted from your pay.

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