Have I overpaid Tax on my Pension withdrawal?
The highest refund to date is £7,919.51!*
*This figure is based on the highest pension related refund recovered so far. Your actual refund amount may differ.
(HMRC Pension schemes newsletter 104, October 2018)
Did you know, up to 25% of Pension withdrawals are tax free. Have you been taxed correctly?
Illustrative example of a Pension tax refund:
Keith Sheppard has been contributing towards his pension for over 30 years. He recently retired and wants to take his wife Samantha on a cruise (with a balcony) as well as do some repairs to their property.
He completes his tax rebate pension application using our online tax rebate calculator and receives a tax refund of £6,152.55 a few weeks later that enables him to treat his wife and live more comfortably!
Below is a breakdown of his tax rebate – as per HMRC legislation, he was able to claim back overpaid tax on his pension:
|Keith withdrew from his pension||£22,096.19|
|HMRC taxed him||£8,371.75|
|We claimed back on behalf of Keith||£6,152.55|
Our specialised Pension Advisory team are here for you every step of the way!
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Calculate your tax refund estimate by completing the fields below. This estimate is based on the average pay out that we have reclaimed from pension withdrawals over the last year.