Claim a Tax Refund Calculator

Excess payment of tax is the reason of claiming a tax refund. Tax refund calculator tells you that what you have to do further to claim your tax refund. Before calculating how to claim a tax refund, you should have all the information related to the excess amount of tax you paid to HMRC but there is no information needed from you in relation to how much amount of tax or excess tax you paid. Use this calculator and find out how to claim a tax refund if you paid excess tax on -

  • Income of your current or previous job
  • Pension payments
  • Income from a life or pension annuity
  • A self-assessment tax return
  • A redundancy payment
  • Interest from savings or PPI
  • Fuel costs or work clothing for your job
  • UK income if you live abroad
  • Foreign income

You have to enter the required information and the desired information will be displayed on the screen on the basis of information provided by you. DNS believes in helping taxpayers by offering them this unique calculator by which you can easily find how you can claim your tax refund and the process you have to follow.

Procee Of Using The Calculator

  • Firstly, we want to know that you paid excess amount of tax on which source of income.
  • Secondly, we want to know the period in which you paid the excess tax.
  • From the third step, questions will vary as per the information provided by you and a result is displayed onscreen in less than a minute.

Benefits

  • Free to use
  • Easy step by step layout
  • It is suitable for all tax payers who have paid excess tax and thinking about claiming a refund
  • It provides you correct information
  • Instant results

WHETHER YOU ARE FACING DIFFICULTY IN UNDERSTANDING HOW TO CLAIM A TAX REFUND? USE DNS CALCULATOR BELOW TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN EASILY CLAIM A TAX REFUND IN LESS THAN A MINUTE.

CLAIM A TAX REFUND CALCULATOR


Pay from your current job

Pay from a previous job

A pension or a lump sum from a pension

Income from a life annuity (sometimes called a ‘purchased life annuity’)

Income from a pension annuity

A redundancy payment

A Self Assessment tax return or bill

Interest from savings or payment protection insurance (PPI)

Foreign income

UK income if you live abroad

Fuel costs or work clothing for your job

How to claim depends on which tax year you paid too much. The tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April the following year.

On or after 6 April 2018

Between 6 April 2017 and 5 April 2018

Between 6 April 2014 and 5 April 2017

Before 6 April 2014

Yes

No

HMRC will post you a P800 tax calculation if they work out you’ve paid too much tax.

Yes

No

How to claim depends on whether you get any of following:

  • Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Employment and Support Allowance
  • Carer’s Allowance
  • Incapacity Benefit, if you’ve been getting it for more than 28 weeks

Yes

No

A private pension

The State Pension lump sum

A UK pension and you live abroad

The regular income from your pension

A lump sum or cash (such as ‘drawdown’)

A pension you inherited

Find out about the different types of pension scheme.

As a lump sum from a defined benefit scheme (‘trivial commutation’)

As cash from a defined contribution scheme (for example lump sum or ‘drawdown’)

Yes

No

Yes

No

Taxable income may include money from employment, another private pension or rental income.

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

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* This calculator is only for reference purposes. For accurate and detailed report, please consult with an accountant. *

Based on your answers, you’re not affected by the benefit cap.