Pay As You Earn
Pay As You Earn
The PAYE tax year runs from the 6th April to the 5th April the following year. There isa time limit of four tax years for you to reclaim any over payment of income tax.
Most people pay Income Tax through PAYE. This is the system your employer or pension provider uses to take Income Tax and National Insurance contributions before they pay your wages or pension. Your tax code tells your employer how much to deduct. You may be able to get a tax refund if you've overpaid your tax.
You may due to claim if:
used an emergency tax code for a while
never filed P38S form and you are a student
haven't worked full tax year
had more than one job at the same time
your working circumstances changed
been taxed through your tax code on your income
Expenses you can claim back as an employee:
working from home
your work tools
other expenses related to job
Up to a certain point, everything you earn is not taxable. If your only form of income is through Employment Income, your Personal Allowance will most likely have been included in your monthly income through PAYE
|Tax free personal allowance||2017/18||2018/19||2019/20|
|People born between 6th April 1938 - 5th April 1948||£11,500||£11,850||£12,500|
|People born before 6th April 1938||£11,500||£11,850||£12,500|
|Married Couples Allowance ( if born before 6th April 1935)||£8,445||£8,695|
|Blind Person's Allowance||£2,320||£2,390|
Pay As You Earn tax claim will be a subject to £180 fee charge. Return obtained through our service will be refunded directly to you via your preferred method of payment.