Uniform tax rebate, are you entitled?
If you wear a uniform or protective clothing at work and you have to wash it yourself you may be due a tax refund from HMRC, and if you don't claim it, you'll lose it. According to our statistics, 2 in 3 employees who wear a uniform at work are entitled to a tax rebate.
To claim your Uniform Tax Rebate claim just enter your details through the calculator on this page. You'll be able to print off the forms there and then and return them. It doesn't matter if you don't have a printer we'll also automatically send you the Uniform Tax Rebate forms though the post.
Am I eligible for tax relief?
Do you have to wear a uniform or protective clothing for work? Do you meet the cost of washing it yourself, without any assistance from your employer? Do you pay income tax on your earnings?
If you answer yes to all of these questions you are eligible for tax relief.
It's not just about uniform laundry
We've identified more than 30 other things that you may also be able to claim tax relief on, depending on your job.
These other reliefs can increase your tax rebate by £100s. If you enter a claim with us we can help you identify these reliefs and maximise your refund.
Here are just a few examples of the things you could be getting tax relief on.
Purchase your own tools and equipment?
Chefs, hairdressers, mechanics and anyone who purchases their own tools or protective clothing can claim tax back on those costs.
We can help you claim 20-40% of what you paid for these items back in tax. You can claim here or by visiting our dedicated Tools Tax Rebate site.
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.
If you enter a claim with us we can also help you claim tax back on your Police Federation subscriptions. Claiming for Police Federation subscriptions can increase your tax refund by £100s.
Police officers can claim here or by visiting our dedicated UK Police Tax Rebate site.
SIA registered employee?
Security staff who pay their own registration to the SIA (Security Industry Authority) can claim tax back on these costs.
If you have to buy a licence for manned guarding, cash and valuables in transit, close protection, door supervision, security guarding and public space supervision (CCTV) you could increase your tax refund by £100s.
Click here to visit our dedicated Security Industry Tax Rebate website.
Airline or cabin crew?
You can claim tax back on any visas or vaccinations you need to buy for your job. Pilots can also claim for the cost of subscriptions to BALPA (British Airline Pilots Association).
Pilots and cabin crew could be due rebates of £1,000 or more. Cabin crew can claim here or by visiting our dedicated Cabin Crew Tax Rebate site.
Gambling industry employee?
You can increase the value of your claim by claiming for the cost of your Gambling Commission Personal Function Licence (PFL).
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if you are looking to claim Uniform Tax Rebate when working in healthcare there are a huge number of different reliefs available to workers in the health industry, depending on your job type. We have a dedicated website designed just for healthcare workers.
Work in education?
Teachers and lecturers looking to claim Uniform Tax Rebate can also claim tax back on union subscriptions and certain compulsory registrations. PE and sports teachers can also claim tax back on the cost of sports wear they buy to teach lessons.