A mate came back in to work today after serving on a Tri-Service posting asking why we dont claim for washing our uniforms because the RAF and Navy apperently do. Anyone out there able to shed some light on this.
You wouldn't get £140 back from the tax man. But you can claim tax RELIEF on £140, So (for ease of Figures) say your taxable earnings each year were £10,000, with this relief you would only be taxed on £9,860.Horridlittleman said:This has to be a wah!
Or am I missing the opportunity to get more than a grand of free cash?
You're partly right there, at least about the tax relief in the future.You wouldn't get ï¿½140 back from the tax man. But you can claim tax RELIEF on ï¿½140, So (for ease of Figures) say your taxable earnings each year were ï¿½10,000, with this relief you would only be taxed on ï¿½9,860.
If you only pay tax at 22% then you would get ï¿½30.80 back each year.
I think this is correct, I may be wrong but i'm sure somebody will correct me if I am.
I am sure the tax office will mess around on the laundry oneâ¦ but rumour has it (and this is ARSSE after all!) that some people have got it already.vandyke said:.....Then IR are within their rights to ask for all receipts for washing machines and washing powder used. If you cant provide them (they can ask for 6 years worth) then they will ask for any relief paid back......
As much as i grudge giving more than i need to the tax man, Is it really worth all the hassle?
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