Income Tax Calculator
If either the Gross Pay or Income Tax paid figures are incorrect the Income Tax Refund Calculator will not give an accurate result.
What you need to do:
Gross Pay – enter your gross pay into the Income Tax Refund Calculator. This is the figure before any tax is deducted. The gross pay figure should include all PAYE income from all income sources and employment in that tax year.
Income Tax Paid – enter the amount of income tax you paid into the Income Tax Refund Calculator. The income tax figure should include all PAYE income tax paid from all sources of employment in that tax year.
Tax Year – the Tax Year begins on the 6th April in each tax year and stops on the 5th April the following year. For example the 2018/2019 tax year started on the 6th April 2018 and will end on the 5th April 2019.
The Income Tax Refund Calculator
Our Income Tax Refund Calculator helps you to find out if you are due an income tax refund for the last four tax years. It is one of several tax calculators that we provide, for free, to support our readers’ understanding of their tax position.
The Income Tax Refund Calculator only provides an approximation of the amount of income tax refund that you may be entitled to. HMRC consider it your responsibility to check the amount of income tax you have paid. If you have paid too little, then you will owe them the difference. Many taxpayers actually end up paying too much income tax, for a variety of reasons, and are owed this income tax refund from the Tax Office.
Each income tax rebate claim is treated individually because there are so many factors that influence the amount you are owed. Obviously, the Income Tax Calculator won’t be able to consider all of your financial details, as a tax professional would. But it does give you a solid, sensible estimate of how much your tax refund could be worth, based on your actual income amount.
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