Marriage Allowance Claims
*FEE EXPLANATION: We work on a No Win No Fee basis providing peace of mind that our claims are based on the end result. If your claim is successful we will deduct a fee 36% inclusive of VAT subject to a minimum charge of £30 inc VAT. Where the value of the rebate received from HMRC falls below £30 inc VAT, we will limit our Fee to the total amount of the rebate received.
How to take control of your taxes
It's as easy as...
Complete and sign the form online
We'll check to see if you qualify for a tax refund
Claim made to HMRC and a refund is paid
Why Can I Claim Marriage Tax Allowance?
You can can claim Marriage Allowance if all the following apply:
You're married or in a civil partnership
Either you or your partner's Income Tax or income is below your Personal Allowance (usually £12,500)
Either you or your partner pays Income Tax at the basic rate, which usually means their income is between £12,501 and £50,000 before they receive Marriage Allowance
Your claim can be backdated for 4 years which means you can claim up to £1220 with a further future savings of £1000's
How long does my claim take?
One of the main reasons why it is essential to get your claim in as quickly as possible is due to the amount of time needed to make a claim. Normally, it would take around 6-8 weeks to get a pay-out from HMRC however due to the COVID pandemic HMRC are advising that tax refunds can take up to 28 weeks.
Am I guaranteed a refund?
If you meet the criteria then yes. While we aim to secure everyone a refund it all depends on your individual circumstances and the final calculation from HMRC.
How does it work?
The process is simple. All we need to do is get some basic information when you fill out our online claim form. Once you sign and submit the online form we complete all the necessary work and your dedicated claims handler will contact HMRC to negotiate and secure you the most amount of refund as possible. As an added bonus your tax codes will be changed meaning you will pay less tax every year, saving an estimated £15,000 over your lifetime.
Am I entitled to it?
We can claim this benefit for all married couples or civil partners, where one of the partners earns less than £50,000 per year. The other partner will either be unemployed or earning less than £12,500 a year. Where this is the case we will transfer some of the low/no earning partners tax-free allowance to the tax paying ones and backdate this to April 2017.