Tax Articles

How Taxes Work

Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all ten comes to £100. If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like this: The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing. The fifth would pay £1. The sixth would pay... read more

Tax Refunds for Travellers

In the UK, there are thousands of travellers from all over the world, who have come for work and travel, and each year thousands more arrive. In 2015 alone, more than 45,000 Working Holiday visas were issued to foreigners heading to the UK and 2016 is on track to... read more

Student Tax Refunds

As everyone is aware, education in the UK can be very expensive and many students take part time or holiday jobs to supplement their income (drinking money). Most people are under the impression that students don’t have to pay any tax on their earnings, but... read more

Tax Refunds for the Unemployed

Are you no longer employed full time, or taking time off work voluntarily to have a break or start a family, or even involuntarily due to redundancy? If so, then you may very well be due a tax refund and be in a position to claim some very useful cash back. Starting a... read more

Income Tax Rebate for Mothers

Having children and bringing up a family can and does cost thousands of pounds over the years, potentially causing financial pressure and stress due to usually only one parent working, at least for a while during the early stages. Going through this process requires... read more

Why Owing HMRC isn’t as Bad as it Sounds

While everyone looks forward to receiving a tax refund at the end of a year (which admittedly is very pleasant), and dreads being told they actually owe money to HMRC, financially speaking, the latter is actually preferable. By being due a refund, you are actually... read more

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