Do you work for the NHS? Did you know you are eligible for workplace allowances?
The good news we can help! Just take a look at our guide below to find out what you could be eligible to claim. It doesn’t matter if you’re a nurse, care worker or a porter – we can help everyone in the healthcare industry make a claim for a tax rebate.
Do you pay for NMC subscriptions? Did you know you can claim tax relief on this? 40% of NMC members are not aware they can claim!
Paramedics, Nurses, Midwives and other healthcare employees are amongst the rare group of people who are eligible to claim tax relief on certain expenses. You can claim back any unclaimed tax relief for the last four years.
Our tax rebate service is open to anyone who works for the NHS or in the healthcare sector, including but not limited to:
If you pay any professional and/or union subscription fees, for example Unison, the RCN, or fees to a registration body like the NMC, HCPC or SSSC, or if you pay professional indemnity insurance i.e. to the Medical Protection Society – you can claim tax relief on these outgoings.
Whether you are a doctor, surgeon, nurse, midwife or have any other role in the healthcare sector, HMRC has an agreement to allow you to reclaim the cost of the professional fee as long as you are not reimbursed for it by your employer.
See below for a list of some of the most common allowable professional bodies.
Doctors and Surgeons can also claim for their professional indemnity insurance if you meet the cost of the professional Indemnity Insurance and do not get reimbursed.
You can also claim tax relief on using your own vehicle to travel to different Locations such as different clinics, hospitals and patient’s homes.
If you have or think you may have been part of the widening access training scheme, please see the below link:
Your claim can be backdated four years. Once you have made your claim HMRC will adjust your tax code to include the expenses. This will then continue in to any future years’ tax codes whilst in the same employment.