The smart choice for Tools Tax Rebate claims.
If you buy tools for your job you are likely to be due a tax rebate on that cost, you can also claim tax back ofor maintence and laundry of your uniform or protective clothing. We've already paid out 100,000s of tax rebates for UK taxpayers through our pioneering Uniform Tax Rebate system. You could claim too.
Tax relief on the expenses of your employment
As an employee you are entltled to claim tax back on certain expenses of your employment. Here are some of the things you could be claiming tax back on.
Uniform Tax Rebate
If you wear a uniform or protective clothing while you do your job you can claim a tax allowance for the laundry and upkeep of that uniform.
Anyone who wears a uniform at work can claim this through here or through our dedicated Uniform Tax Rebate website.
Purchase your own tools?
If you have to purchase the tools you need to do your job you can claim tax back on the cost. This could be a mechanic's tool chest, scissors and combs for a hairdresser or knives for a chef. In order to claim you have to be unable to do your job unless you provide your own tools.
No refund, no fee promise
We will check if you are due a tax rebate without charging any upfront fee.
It's easy to do, you can lodge a claim in 5 minutes. If we don't obtain a tax refund for you, you won't be charged.
Purchase of protective clothing
If you have to purchase your own protective clothing such as hard hat, gloves, safety boots and high visibility clothing you can claim tax back on the cost of these purchases.
If your employer requires you to purchase a CSCS card in order to work on site you can claim tax back on the cost of annual renewals of the card.
Who can claim?
Anyone who wears a uniform, protective clothing or buys their own work tools can claim. We've obtained rebates for mechanics, electricans, gardeners, gas engineers, welders, maintenance workers, chefs, hairdressers, plumbers, labourers and many more workers.