Wear a Uniform? You Could Reclaim £100s in Tax...

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Owing to our location in the beautiful Lake District, it isn't surprising that many of our corporate clients are in the hospitality/tourism industry. When I visit businesses in this sector for appointments with their staff members, more often than not, they are dressed in uniform or clothing bearing their employer’s logo. In these meetings, we discuss the benefits package that their Employer provides for them which, owing to auto-enrolment, consists of a pension scheme as a minimum. However, many employers see the benefits of offering more than just a pension and also provide Death in Service (life assurance), Private Medical Insurance or Private Dental Insurance to their staff. Offering an attractive staff benefits package can not only help attract quality staff but can also help retain them too.

Back to the clothing... did you know that if you wear a uniform at work, and have to wash, repair or replace it yourself, you may be able to reclaim £100s of tax for up to five years of expenses? This applies whether you only wear a branded t-shirt, or you're a fully-uniformed pilot, police officer or nurse. Don't pay a claims firm; you can do it simply yourself for FREE...

Money Saving Expert - Uniform Tax Rebate

Gov.uk - Income Tax Relief for Expenses of Employment

We liaise with our clients on all options available to them for rewarding and retaining good, quality staff and would welcome the opportunity to review your staff benefits package.

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