How much does a SWIFT refund cost?

Our standard charges are as follows:


  • A Tax refund if you’re employed under PAYE: 24% + VAT of refund claimed – 12% cheaper than our rivals!
  • A Tax refund with a tax return for self-employed (including CIS): £180 + VAT – 40% cheaper than our rivals!
  • Tax returns from as little as £95 + VAT – 20% cheaper than our rivals!
  • Our fee for a PAYE Tax refund is 24% + VAT of the refund claimed or a minimum charge of £60+ VAT per tax year claimed.
  • Our fee for a PAYE Tax refund which has been fast-tracked is 29% + VAT of the refund claimed or a minimum charge of £75+ VAT per tax year claimed


It takes less than a minute to find out if you are eligible for a claim. Our team of tax rebate specialists handle the whole process for you, taking away any hassle whilst making sure you get back all the money you’re entitled to.

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Multi year travel claim tax refund

24% + VAT of the refund claimed for all years

Fixed at

24% + VAT
CIS Tax return & refund package

£360 + VAT for rapid refund

Fixed at

£180 + VAT
Single year travel claim (no tax return needed)

24% + VAT of the refund claimed

Fixed at

24% + VAT
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Single year travel claim with tax return

24% + VAT of the refund claimed

Fixed at

24% + VAT
Fast track travel claim including tax return

29% + VAT of the refund claimed for all years

Fixed at

29% + VAT

Are there any hidden costs or additional fees?

We have created our price chart to not only offer amazing savings compared to similar sites but to be transparent with our customers so you are not hit with any additional fees which would be deductible from your final tax refund amount.

All our customer support is of no additional expense and covers the following;

• any amendments to your existing tax code

• Dealing with any HMRC enquires regarding your existing refund owed

• responding to any letters, emails, or phone calls from HMRC on your behalf

• Helping you to make a switch between PAYE and CIS work


If you have any questions or need some additional advice on which service would be best for you, then please get in touch.

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What Can I Claim Tax Back On?

You can claim tax back on most work-related expenses. Below is a list of items that you can request a tax rebate on:


• Vehicles for work use
• Fuel/Mileage costs
• Travel expenses
• Overnight expenses (food in certain circumstances)
• Rail Tickets (single & season tickets)
• Uniforms, work clothing, and tools
• Cleaning costs for uniforms
• Professional fees, subscriptions & unions fees


This list is an example of what you could claim back; there may be expenses & items specific to the job role that you could claim back.

What are the Deadlines?

  • Current legislation in the UK says you can go back up to four Tax years when claiming a Tax rebate. This means at the current moment in time you can make a claim for the following periods:
    • Year ended 5th April 2021
    • Year ended 5th April 2022
    • Year ended 5th April 2023
    • Year ended 5th April 2024


    Effectively this means you can claim Tax relief from 6th April 2020.

    Over such a long period of time wage slips and p60s can be lost or misplaced. This isn’t a problem as you have lots of ways to obtain this information.


    • Contact your current/previous employers as they are legally obliged to keep your records going back 6 years and because of GDPR if your request that information they have to provide it to you.


    • You could log into your government gateway which is easy to set up if you have never done this.


    • Contact HMRC on 0300 200 3300 and request that they post out to you a tax history letter which usually arrives in 10 working days from when you request it from them and this tax history letter will go back 4 years.

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Am I Due Any Tax Back?

Most workers, whether employed or self-employed may be due a tax rebate for work-related items, expenses or because they have paid too much tax. HMRC do not know everyone’s individual circumstances, and it is up to the taxpayer to contact HMRC to see if they are entitled to any tax relief.


Other reasons for a tax refund may include pension payments, redundancy payments, interest from a savings account, PPI, or UK income if you are living aboard.


All claims for tax refunds and rebates are reviewed on a case by case basis. Use our tax claim form and answer a few simple questions to see if you could be entitled to make a claim.

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