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You could qualify for a tax refund if you are an overseas student, work permit holder, Tier 1, Yellow or Blue Card holder – in fact any visa type – even if you are no longer legal! 

Wherever you are working in the world, whether on a work permit or student visa or even illegally, the bad news is you will have to pay tax.

The good news is that you may now be able to claim a lot of this money back!

Even non-studying Tier 4 students and UK visa overstayers, who are most likely still paying tax on their illegal earnings to the government, can qualify for a tax refund.

How to claim a tax refund

Taxback.com provides tax refunds in 16 countries worldwide including the UK. So whether you were a care worker in Britain, a Domestic Worker in London or worked construction in Melbourne taxback.com can help you.

Taxaback.com provides a unique FREE tax refund calculators, so you can find out how much you’re owed right away.

No refund – No fee

Plus taxback.com operates under a strict No Win-No Fee policy so if you worked in the UK, US or Oz you will only have to pay if you get a refund. To apply for your refund now simply register here and download your tax pack. It’s so easy!

Taxback.com Average Customer Refunds:

Australia Income Tax $2,500               Australia Superannuation $1480

US $800                                              Canada $904

UK £963                                             Ireland €840

Just arrived?

No need to wait before leaving a country to get your tax back.

If you have just entered any of the following countries, get in touch with taxback.com now to get your tax refund process in place:

*Canada

*New Zealand

*Australia

*United Kingdom

*USA

If you have any questions contact taxback.com’s live chat team about your tax refund now – they are only a click away.

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  1. Hi I’m tier 4 student for one year, can i claim for tax refund if i buy let me say an Ipad from apple store? when i ask in apple store they didn’t have clear answer about that
    thanks

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  10. Anytime. You do not have to leave the UK to claim a refund.

  11. Hi,
    When can an employee get their tax refund?
    Do I have to leave the country to get the tax refund?

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  19. Mohamed Abdel Maged says :

    Hi, I am on Tier-4 Visa, i worked during my study and I am about to leave the UK in September so I believe I should be entitled for a tax refund for year 2012/2013.

    I will stay in my job until I leave but based on my calculations I will still be below the taxed threshold.

    What documents will be required from my side to apply?

    How much do u normally charge, is it fixed or depends on amount of money to be refunded?

    Thanks for your help

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  26. Sashila Shrestha says :

    Hi,

    I stayed in the UK for 3 years with Dependent Visa of my husband and recently came back to Nepal. Can I claim for tax refund?

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  31. You have to claim any over payment in tax, they don’t send it to you!
    See http://www.majesticcollege.lnk.taxback.com/
    You say you did not receive any ‘benefits’ from the UK, but what about the ‘benefits’ of living and working in this country? If you paid 15000 in tax you must have earned a fair bit? The system, transport, roads, lighting, councils, law, police, hospitals, GP’s etc are all paid for by tax-payers. Paying tax doesn’t mean you should automatically expect something in return. Did you pay to see a doctor whilst you were here, or to ride a massivley subsidised bus or train? Did you pay to use the roads and motorways?
    Furthermore, engineering companies like Foster Wheeler get much of their business from tax-payer funded projects, so if we didn’t pay tax you would not have had a job.
    Your attitude is totally selfish.

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