Second Job/Bank Shifts
Example: Tax Year 2012/13
Tax Actually Paid
Job 1 Job 2 Total Pay
£ £ £
Gross 30,000 Gross 10,000 Gross 40,000
Tax (20%) 4,380 Tax (40%) 4,000 Tax 8,380
Tax Actually Paid £8,380
Tax You Should Have Paid Tax Rebate Due
Gross 40,000 Tax Actually Due 6,379
Personal Allowance - 8,105 Tax Paid 8,380
Taxable Income 31,895
Tax 6,379 Refund Due 2,001
How It Works
Have you worked extra shifts taxed at 40%?
If so there is a good chance that you have overpaid on your tax. Most healthcare workers do extra shifts which can be classed as a second job and is taxed at 40%. Unfortunately most healthcare workers don't realise that the are paying too much tax.
How can we help?
By poviding us with your income and tax paid for the relevant tax year, we are able to identify whether or not you have paid to much tax, and whether you are liable to receive a rebate.
I think I may have overpaid tax in previous years
In line with HM Revenue & Customs guidelines, you are allowed to make claims for the last four tax years. So even if you don't think you are eligible for this tax period (2012/13), you still may be eligible to claim for overpaid tax in previous tax years.
Have You Overpaid?
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Paid Correct Amount of Tax?
It Is Still Possible
You Are Entitled To A Tax Rebate
Even though you may have paid the correct amount of tax on you earnings, you still may be due a rebate as you are entitled to claim back certain allowable expenses.
By claiming back expenses, you are able to decrease the amount of taxable income, therefore meaning you may have overpaid your tax, and still may be entitled to a rebate.