Archive for April, 2012

If you’ve left Australia, claim your super refund today

Have you been working in Australia any time since 1994? If so, you could be due a superannuation refund. Anyone working in Australia earning over $450 per month has 9% of their income paid into a superannuation fund by their employer. Superannuation funds, known as...

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UK Tax History Lesson – How come the UK tax year ends on April 5th?

A long long time ago, 1582 to be exact, Pope Gregory Xiii grew tired of the inaccuracies in the existing ‘Julian’ calendar and ordered the calendar to be changed. The Julian calendar named after the late debatably great Julius Cesar had been in place since...

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Taxback.com launches prepaid Money Card

When you’re abroad, accessing your money safely and easily is of paramount importance. We are delighted therefore to unveil our prepaid money card which can be used in shops, restaurants, online and at ATMs. Much safer than carrying cash or travellers cheques, this card offers...

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Sportspeople and UK tax – what you need to know

Sportspeople, by definition, are an exceptional bunch of people and they lead different lives to most people in the tax system. The sorts of income they get and the expenses they incur may be different from other taxpayers. The amount of tax that a sportsperson pays...

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Taxback.com’s UK tax service for sportspeople

With London 2012 looming large on the horizon, sport has been on a lot of people’s minds. The UK tax system can be a tricky area for anyone to navigate, let alone sports people. The amount of tax that a sportsperson pays will depend on...

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New Tell a Friend Competition Launched!

Congratulations to Richard West, the latest winner of our Tell a Friend Competition! Richard, who applied for his Canadian tax refund with taxback.com, was so happy with our refund service that he recommended it to his friends. By simply referring his friends to us, Richard...

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The UK tax year has now ended

The UK tax year has now ended so it’s the perfect time to apply for your tax refund. Applications are already pouring in for the 2011/2012 tax year so you should apply now to be among the first to receive your refund. The average UK tax refund is £963 which could be...

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