Claim your tax refund


MOD Tax Rebate Claims

You could be owed a £2,500 tax refund for your travel expenses. Bases outside the UK are included, and you might also be able to claim for Mess Dress.

This is a complex claim and we’ve heard reports of some claims being rejected when submitted by inexperienced advisors. For that reason we would like to refer you to our expert partners who have obtained confirmation on the validity of claims both from HMRC and the MOD so you can have peace of mind that your refund is yours to keep when you receive it.

If you complete the form below our partners will be in touch shortly about your free without obligation assessment.

Have you completed Phase 1 Training?

Have you been posted to a base for 2 years or less? (Excluding tours)

Did you use your own vehicle or public transport to get to those bases?

Based on the information you provided above, you won't be able to make a claim at this time.

Based on a sample of past refunds we have obtained matching the details you have provided:

Largest refund received: £-

Average refund received: £-

£37,600,124

Total claims

497,069

Successful claims

< 2

Minutes to claim


Each tax year will be recalculated if you enter a claim. This often identifies other overpayments due to incorrect tax codes, multiple employments, ceasing of job, etc. In these cases we can identify a much larger tax rebate. We regularly identify rebates of over £1,000 for customers who were originally estimated a lower amount.

If you claim now you will receive tax relief for the current tax year and future years that allowances continue to apply, paid through your monthly pay. The value of this is usually £{{ App.CustomerClaim.AnnualRefund }} per year.

You don’t need to make any upfront payment to us in order for us to check if you are due a rebate.

We will ensure that your current year reliefs are correct and that your future year allowances are adjusted in line with the current year to ensure you are no longer being overtaxed. There will be no charge for this service.

The annual saving of £{{ App.CustomerClaim.AnnualRefund }} per year for the current and future years will not be subject to charge. You will receive this automatically in your pay once your tax code has been adjusted.

We will also check the earlier years to determine if you can claim back any previously overpaid tax. HMRC will pay any rebate due directly to us and we will forward payment to you, in due course, net of our deductions of 28%, plus VAT, where due, providing the net refund payment is £20 or more.

We will issue your refund through our Uniform Benefits payment card which you can withdraw cash on at a cashpoint or spend in shops or online like a normal debit card. If you use your card at selected retailers you can also earn additional cashback to continue to spend.

MOD Claim | About you

Select the tax years when you were employed in the specified sector
Do you or your accountant already prepare a self-assessment tax return?

Are you currently married or in a civil partnership?

Self Assessment Taxpayers

You could have overpaid tax by £{{ App.CustomerClaim.EstimatedClaim }} if the tax relief you listed was not claimed on your earlier returns.

As you are already within self assessment we would like to send you details of a highly competitive self assessment service from one of our expert partners. They can correct omissions in your earlier tax returns and ensure your annual returns are submitted on time every year, saving you a lot of stress and making sure you only pay the tax you need to.

Going forward the correct allowances applied to each annual return could save you £{{ App.CustomerClaim.AnnualRefund }} per year.

If you complete the form below our partners will be in touch shortly about your free without obligation assessment.

About you

Thank you

Thanks for showing an interest in claiming your tax rebate.

We have passed your details to our partner, Rift Group

Confirm your details

Final Details

In order to process your claim we will need your National Insurance Number and your phone number

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Thanks for showing an interest in claiming your tax rebate.

We have passed your details to our partner, Rift Group

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Thanks! You have completed your claim

Your unique claim reference is NMC{{ App.CustomerClaim.ClaimId }}

Please make a note of this reference or print this page as you will need your claim number if you return later to download your claim documents.

You will have been sent an email to confirm your documents have been generated, but for security reasons we do not send your documents by email.

Your claim documents will be automatically sent to you by post. You should receive them within 2 weeks.

In order to progress your claim you MUST complete the ALL the documents we send you and post them as described on the checklist you will receive. Failure to return the documents relating to your claim will result in your claim not being processed.

Support needed to hold back rising NMC fees

 

              

More than 90,000 nurses have already signed an e-petition calling on the government to review how the Nursing and Midwifery Council decides its annual registration fee following a proposed 20% rise from £100 to £120. Stephen Iwasyk, a mental health liaison nurse at the Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation Trust, only set up the petition on the government’s website last week. It now has more than 90,000 signatures, close to the 100,000 needed towards triggering a debate in Parliament.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE PETITION

The petition says: “We would like the Government to Review the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) with regard to the fees charged to registered nurses and midwives, and the processes through which those fees are decided.” Mr Iwasyk said: “The fees were increased two years ago from £76 to £100 following a consultation that was overwhelmingly – more than 90% – against the rise.

“The government’s Health Committee in its report earlier that year said ‘We would urge the NMC to avoid further fee rises and to consider fee reductions for new entrants to the register’.” Health union Unison’s Nursing and Midwifery Committee has also attacked the proposed fee rise, pointing out that as well as the last fee rise in 2012, the Government “bailed the NMC out of their financial mess to the tune of £20 million”.

Unison’s head of nursing, Gail Adams, said: “Nurses and midwives have no choice, if they don’t pay their registration fee they can’t practice. So they will be understandably angry if that fee was to increase again. “Nurses and midwives have been struggling with pay freezes and a huge increase in their workload. The last they need is an inflated registration fee. “We will have a close look at the proposals, consult with our members and highlight our concerns with Government.”

Ann Moses, chair of the committee, said: “As a staff nurse I know the impact that the current fee level has on nurses. It’s becoming ever more difficult for people to balance their budget at home and this will only add to the worry of hard working nurses. Many won’t be able to afford this. “The work which the NMC does is important but fitness to practice is a public protection issue and nurses should not carry the full brunt of this cost.” The NMC said its financial situation was currently “unsustainable” without a further rise in fees.

A spokeswoman said: “The NMC council will be reviewing the current fee structure at their March 2014 council meeting in line with its commitment to review fees on an annual basis.” The spokeswoman said the council’s core function is to ensure the protection of the public and without sufficient funding it will be unable to fulfil that regulatory commitment, adding that the one-off grant of £20 million has enabled the registration fee for nurses and midwives to be kept at £100 for two years. The government’s £20 million grant was given to the NMC on the understanding that it would clear its historic caseload by summer 2014 and meet its six-month performance indicator by the end of 2014. The council said it has already cleared its caseload, other than a handful of cases which cannot proceed due to third party involvement, and is on track to meet the six-month adjudications by the end of 2014. The spokeswoman added: “Based on our assumptions, only a fee of £120 would enable us to continue with our current rate of activity and ensure the protection of the public. We are currently looking at a 14% increase in fitness to practise referrals during 2012/13.”

Thousands of cash-strapped nurses are losing out on £100s in tax relief.

A survey by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) found that more than 75 per cent of nurses and midwives are not claiming tax relief on their annual registration fees. Even worse, 60 per cent of them were not aware they are entitled to claim tax relief on the fees.

Currently nurses and midwives are eligible for £20 tax relief on their annual registration fee of £100 provided they are a basic rate UK taxpayer. This can be backdated for four years.

With the NMC’s current proposal to raise the fee by 20% to £120, there is even more reason for these vital health professionals to apply for the tax relief they are owed. Click on the button below to claim tax back.