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Tax Rebate contact numbers
|Tax Rebate helpline||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Claim a refund||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Check how much income tax you’ve paid||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Tax overpayments and underpayments||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Tax codes||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Tax relief||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Marriage Allowance||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
|Complaints||Monday to Friday 8am till 8pm Saturday 8am till 4pm Sunday 9am till 5pm|
If you’re waiting on a refund to be issued to you, you can phone this number to find out how long you can expect to wait for the money to be returned to you.
Claim a refund
You’ll need to provide personal details, such as your national insurance number to get this put through. You will also need to give bank details for the money to be paid into your account.
Check how much income tax you’ve paid
When you phone this number you will need your National Insurance number and your P60 or a recent payslip.
Tax overpayments and underpayments
You get a P800 from the HMRC at the end of the tax year, which is a calculation of the amount of tax you pay, this calculation will show whether you’re due a refund or will need to pay money back.
If you have any queries regarding your tax and need an explanation of anything you can phone the number above where the trained assistants are on hand to run through any questions or concerns you might have.
If you’ve been told that you owe tax you can phone this number to make the payment that is due, or if you are having trouble paying it you can phone this number to find out what can be done to make the balance a little easier to manage.
When you phone this number they can explain the details of your Tax Code which lets your employer or pension provider work out how much income tax should be taken. You can use this number to find out what your tax code is, how it’s worked out and how much tax you’re likely to pay.
It’s possible to claim Tax relief on the cost of repairing or replacing small tools you need to do your job, or the cleaning, repairing or replacing of specialist clothing. When you phone this number you can check to see if you can claim on the items you’re considering, and how much you’re able to get. If you want to claim for the actual amount you’ve spend, you’ll need to show receipts as evidence for the cost.
Even if your partner has died since April 5 2015 you can still claim and get the Marriage Allowance backdated. Marriage Allowance allows for the higher earners tax to be reduced by up to £238 in a tax year.
When you phone this number, the person on the line will log your complaint and do their best to resolve whilst you’re on the line. In some cases, this might not be possible and they will have to get back to you once the complaint has been investigated. You will need to provide them with contact details to get back to you at a later time.
Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to Tax Rebate. The direct contact number for Tax Rebate can be found in the public domain or on their official website.