What Were The Previous AMAP Rates?

What Were The Previous AMAP Rates

Claiming Mileage Tax Relief…

If you are making a claim for mileage tax relief it is possible that you have been incurring mileage costs for more than just one tax year. A mileage claim can be made for up to four tax years which means you will need to know the mileage allowance rates for each tax year.

The approved mileage allowance rates increased in the 2010-2011 tax year from .40p per mile for the first 10,000 miles to .45p per for the first 10,000 miles. The .05p increase only comes into effect from the 2010-2011 tax year meaning that the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 tax years have an approved rate of .40p per mile.

It is important to only claim the approved rates if you are making a mileage claim. Not claiming the increased rates could result in you not claiming back all you are entitled to.

TaxRebateServices.co.uk can help you make a mileage claim for the last four tax years ensuring you receive the maximum tax rebate you are eligible to. We can also help claim back other expenses such as food costs and tools bought for work use. Call 0845 094 0005 or 01228 520477 and let our team of experts help you today.

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