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64-8 Authorising Agent Form - appoints us as your Tax Agent and allows HMRC to discuss and disclose information with us relating to your tax claim and records.
Nominee - Nominates your Tax Agent to receive all tax refunds that you may be due on your behalf (limited to the years listed on this form)
Employment History Request Form - Allows us to obtain relevant information such as employer names and PAYE reference numbers for the year applicable, in order to process your claim.
Terms and Conditions - You confirm that you have read, understood and accept the Terms and Conditions. You instruct Total Tax Claims Limited and any authorising agent to submit any claim for tax relief on a No Win No Fee basis using the above signature Terms & Conditions.
Fees - We operate on a 'No Win No Fee' basis. Our fees of 42% inclusive of all charges plus £100 admin fee of the total HMRC repayment is payable if a payment is released.
Cancellation Period - you reserve the right to cancel your contract within 14 days. This can be done via email / mail.
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Complete the claim by filling in all of your details, then submit the form online.
A HMRC officer will review your application and payment will be made to you net of our fees
It will not affect your application for Marriage Allowance if you or your partner:
If you’re married or in a civil partnership, you may be entitled to a £1,188 tax break called a Marriage Allowance.
2.4 million out of 4.7 million couples currently qualify for this and are missing out on a refund. You can check for free whether you’re eligible and how much you can claim on a no win, no fee basis.
The lower earner requests for any unused Marriage Allowance Benefit to be transferred to their spouse.
Those that earn less than the personal allowance can transfer a maximum of £1,250 in 2019/20 to their partner’s allowance.
NOTE: If you decide to transfer any of your unused personal allowance, you must transfer all of it.
If you earn less than £11,250 (the personal allowance, minus £1,250), you can do this without being liable to pay any tax.
In 2019-20, those earning above £11,250, but below £12,500 can still transfer £1,250 of allowance, but will become liable to pay tax on any income in excess of £11,250.
Their partner still makes a tax saving of £250, but the extra tax they pay reduces the overall level of saving made by the couple.
This allowance will transfer to the spouse automatically every year unless you contact HMRC to cancel it, or your marriage comes to an end (either through divorce or death).
You cannot claim Marriage Allowance if you’re living together, but you’re not married or in a civil partnership.
If you or your partner were born before 6 April 1935, you might benefit more as a couple by applying for Married Couple’s Allowance instead.
HMRC will not know until the end of the tax year, thanks to the way tax is calculated.
You will receive 100% of the increase to your household net income going forwards once the marriage allowance tax break is in place. This is approximately £250 per year. This is done at no cost.
Our fee of 35% + Vat (42% including VAT) plus £100 (including VAT) of the total HMRC repayment is payable if a payment is released.
Where no payment is released, you do not have to pay us anything.
So, all you need to do is complete the online form and we will process the Marriage allowance transfer with HMRC for you.
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Unfortunately, it appears based on this answer you do not qualify for Marriage Allowance.
You have entered your National insurance number incorrectly. Please amend this.
You will not qualify for a refund for this year
Your date of birth should not be equal or greater than marriage date , please click on back button to amend marriage date
Unfortunately based on your income answers you do not qualify for a marriage allowance refund. If you have answered your income questions incorrectly please press back and fill them in again.
Please can you confirm the details you have provided are true and accurate?
The details you have submitted will be sent to HMRC to be checked.
Unfortunately you are already in receipt of this allowance as indicated by your tax code. Therefore we will not be proceeding with your claim and would like to thank you for your time.
Your claim will not be submitted to HMRC
Are you sure no tax was paid for these years?
Are you sure Tax was paid for these years ?
I confirm that the signature I will supply will be used for a Deed of Assignment, which authorises any payments owing to me for the relevant tax years to be unconditionally assigned to Ensign Advisory LTD.
What is a deed of assignment ? (click to expand)
A Deed of Assignment is a standard form that grants permission for a third party to carry out a tax refund on your behalf. The third party deals with HMRC directly in your name in order to claim any tax refund due to you.
When a Deed of Assignment is completed, the assignee (''the third party'') becomes the person legally entitled to the repayment, this can only be cancelled with the agreement of both the person assigning the repayment (''the customer'') and the person assigned to receive the repayment (''the third party'').
Unfortunately, based on your answer we will not be able to submit your Marriage Allowance claim.
If you are unsure about your earnings please check your P60, self-assessment, benefits statements or pension statements before continuing.
Are you sure tax was paid for these years?
You’re so close to completing your claim. HMRC require just a few short answers before processing your refund. It could be worth up to £1260. So don’t delay. Join the millions who’ve already been successful.
Your date of marriage does not look correct, you need to be 18 year old at the date of marriage, please amend this