Reply With" 04-06-11, 15:39 #10 You can just claim it back yourself bycontacting the Inland Revenue, the above company is just one of those companies that is set up virginia wine tour gift certificate to help you get stuff like this back but often takes a cut, but contacting inland.
Might look into this a bit further.
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Nurses and other professionals, we can claim for our RCN and NMC payments too!I worked in a nursery for 3-4 years, so wore a uniform which i washed myself.The time now is 10:26.If you answer yes to all of these questions you are eligible for tax relief.Did anyone know about this, If you wear a uniform or protective clothing at work and have you have to wash it yourself you can claim tax relief.Reply With" 04-06-11, 13:41 #6, originally Posted by deborah s(264 i believe you can back date it for 3 years i do it and its definatley worth it on the claim calculator you can go back as from Reply With" 04-06-11, 15:26 #7, is this.Reply With" 04-06-11, 19:37 #16 As a PP said (and posted the link for) hmrc will rebate a fixed amount if you wash your uniform, but would point out to the OP, its nowhere near as generous as 950 - think the most generous amount.
I cant remember TBH as I have been getting it for the past 5 years or so hth D Reply With" 04-06-11, 19:19 #14 This is absolutely true.
Strange if you ask me!Skip to content, rATE this page, strongly Disagree.Reply With" 04-06-11, 19:00 #13 I get a tax rebate for washing my uniform, I think I just informed the tax office and they adjusted my tax code to reflect this.Strongly Agree, information is useful.I just filled up where it say Claim calculator, then i got a letter in my e-mail and just have to fill it up and send it off.I'm weary of this!Reply With" 04-06-11, 17:29 #11 ive just looked on direct gov and i cant see anything for washing your uniform, only if you've had to buy your uniform or protective clothing Reply With" 04-06-11, 18:40 #12 Yes do it via the hmrc, a company like.What you were doing What went wrong.I belive to can claim for clothes and shoes you buy just for work.