If you are a self employed UK construction worker it is likely that you will be eligible for a construction tax refund. HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) does not take into account any expenses you may have built up during your last taxable period: and it is also possible that you may have had too much tax calculated. HMRC starts working out an average amount of annual tax for you once your total tax goes above a certain amount (currently £2k per year due in tax on a normal tax bracket) and sets a first annual tax bill for 18 months – which means that your construction tax bill could be greater that it needed to be.
It is technically your responsibility to ensure that you get any construction tax refund you may be entitled to. That’s where Construction Support Line comes in.
The Construction Support Line Tax Refund Service
Construction Support Line has set up a construction tax refund service to help you pay the right amount of tax for your expenses and working circumstances – or in other words, to make sure that you are never paying too much tax for your UK construction job. If you are working and earning in the UK construction industry you can take advantage of the expertise at Construction Support Line to have your tax refund claimed without any errors and without any hassle.
Can I Claim a Construction Tax Refund if I am Not Self Employed?
You don’t have to be self employed to be eligible for a construction tax refund. UK construction workers frequently change employers as their projects finish and they move onto the next work. Changing employers can cause you to end up with the wrong PAYE tax code – which means you may be paying too much tax even if you are on the PAYE scheme.
Order your Construction Tax refund kit from Construction Support Line and find out if you are owed any money by HMRC. You don’t have to pay anything if you are not entitled to any tax refunds, so you have nothing to lose.
How to Use the Tax Refund Pack
The tax refund pack contains a set of forms and a booklet explaining what documentation is required in order to set your refund in motion. Simply fill out the forms and attach any documents you are asked to; then send the lot back in the prepaid envelope supplied.
Construction Support Line will get back to you within 48 hours of pack receipt to let you know if you are eligible to claim an tax back – and if so, how much. Within six weeks of the date you receive that information, your construction tax refund should be transferred to your bank account.