Claim A Pension Tax Rebate
Our pension tax rebate service is here to help reclaim overpaid income tax on pension income for higher rate tax payers and UK non residents.
Our expertise lets us maximise your pension rebate in the quickest time.
Higher rate pension tax relief
Paying into a private pension means you can claim back an extra 20% tax relief if you’re a higher rate tax payer (paying tax at 40% or higher). It’s reported in the region of 250,000 higher rate tax payers don’t claim back the additional tax relief they are entitled to. We claim back an average of £800 per tax year which can be backdated for the last four years.
Non resident pension tax relief
Hundreds of thousands of UK expats pay income tax on their government and private pension income even though they aren’t resident in the UK. Depending on the country(s) you are living in you might be able to reclaim some or all of the tax you have paid on your UK pension income over the last four years.
A non resident can also be entitled to claim a tax rebate on any pension lump sums received within the last four tax years.
What our pension tax rebate service offers:
- A free review to confirm eligibility
- No rebate no fee service meaning no risk to you
- Future savings – If you’re entitled to tax relief on your pension payments in the current and future tax years we will notify the tax office so that you will automatically be given the tax relief due
- Amend any past Self Assessment tax returns for no additional charge
- Handle all HMRC correspondence and questions relating to your claim
- Support from qualified accountants
Pension Tax Rebate Services
With our expertise and experience we know what you can claim for and how to claim it back.
We use qualified accountants to manage each claim which ensures HMRC are given what they need first time resulting in a smooth and speedy process. If any questions are asked we are on hand to answer them quickly keeping your effort to a minimum. At the same time we can pick up on anything else you might be owed back due to your job and complete any Self Assessment tax returns you might need completing, if you are landlord for example.