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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.

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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?

As you are not UK resident we will need to refer your claim to our specialist partners who will be able to assess & process your claim. When you click 'Next >' below, we will forward your details and a specialist advisor will be in touch shortly.

Thank you

Thanks for showing an interest in claiming your tax rebate.

We have passed your details to our partner,

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

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

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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.

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NMC Tax Rebate - Royal College of Midwives


This is an historic time for The Royal College of Midwives – the UK’s only trade union and professional organisation led by midwives for midwives.

For the first time ever it is balloting its 26,000 midwives and maternity support staff members working in the NHS in England on whether to take industrial action over the government’s refusal to award the 1% pay increase recommended by the NHS Pay Review Body (NHSPRB) to all NHS staff. Instead they have imposed a two-year settlement that the college says undermines the pay of midwives and other staff.
It was not a decision undertaken lightly – in a consultation, 94.3% of members voted they were prepared to take industrial action, with a response rate of 46.5%.

Now the RCM’s members in England (the NHSPRB’s recommendation has already been implemented in full in Scotland) will be balloted in September with potential industrial action expected to take place in October.  The action is expected to be a short stoppage followed by action short of a strike.
Cathy Warwick, chief executive of the Royal College of Midwives, said: “Hard-working midwives are deeply concerned that the independent pay review body is being ignored and the NHS pay structure threatened. Midwives are at the end of their tether. They have already accepted long-term pay restraint and changes to their pension and terms and conditions. Meanwhile, they are working harder and harder to deliver high-quality care with continuing shortages of midwives and daily pressures on services.
“NHS staff have to be valued and fairly rewarded for the work they do. Demoralised staff cannot deliver the quality of care that NHS users, including mothers and babies, deserve. I hope the government joins the RCM and other unions at the negotiating table.”

For more information on the vote, and locating your branch officials, go to
Also in regard to financial matters, the college has told the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s consultation on a fee rise for midwives and nurses that any rise would be ill-timed and ill-judged and a disincentive to midwives joining and remaining on the NMC register. For midwives who work the minimum hours to maintain their registration, the fee overall is an effective tax of £9.50 for each 12-hour shift worked. The college fears that if midwives like these choose to stop practising they will be lost to the profession and the NMC will lose registration fee income.

The college estimates that a midwife at the top of band 6 (the vast majority of those in the NHS) has had a real terms loss of income of £4,045 over the last four years. The RCM also argues for a reduced registration fee for one or two years for newly-qualified midwives – as favoured by the General Medical Council which offers a 50% reduction.

With such pressure on midwives’ finances, it is essential that they make the most of their hard-earned income in the form of securing tax relief on their fees and professional allowances.  It’s really easy to do and you can complete your part of the claim in less than 5 minutes.

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