Get ahead of your bills – without picking up any more weekend shifts

Caring is tough when you have to work 7 days a week just so you can pay for basic needs. You want to support your family without having to bend over backwards all the time. But bills keep piling up. Kids are expensive. And you can’t afford to take on fewer shifts anytime soon.
Except now, you could be getting cash back from HMRC.

“I got my mileage back with the tax rebate. It helped a lot with the debts I owed!”

Victoria, London

“I found the website through Facebook. I registered a claim and received £600!”

Tracey, Hull

Normally, it’s you who owes the taxman money. But not this time

If you’ve ever driven your car to service users’ houses, washed your uniform, or used your own money for work-related purchases, you’re almost guaranteed to receive your tax rebate.
Over 20,000 care workers just like you got back the taxes overcharged by HMRC. How? With Care Worker Tax Rebate.

Zero upfront fees required.
And no bank account details needed from you.

Start your claim in under 60 seconds

Without giving us any of your personal details (like your bank account or the name of your employer), you can register a claim right now. Answer 4 simple questions about your work. Tell us how to contact you. And we’ll take it from there.

Our vetted accountants review your taxes for you

We’ll work closely with HMRC to review your taxes. And see exactly where they’ve overcharged you.

Your tax refund gets sent by post to your house

Once the claim is approved, HMRC will issue your payment within a few working days. And the best part? First-time applicants receive an average of £1,200. Plus, you might even pay less tax than you’re used to each month going forward.

See how we’ve helped other
care workers just like you

"I work in domiciliary care - I go to clients' houses. I saw the link on Facebook and got £400!"
KIM, LUTON

"Very easy to get on with, they explain things in terms that people can understand."
ELIZABETH, TOWCESTER

"I'm a carer in the community. I put in for a tax rebate and I received £2,200! Well worth putting in for!"
TRACEY, BRISTOL

“I work in domiciliary care – I go to clients’ houses. I saw the link on Facebook and got £400!”

KIM, LUTON

“Very easy to get on with, they explain things in terms that people can understand.”

ELIZABETH, TOWCESTER

“I’m a carer in the community. I put in for a tax rebate and I received £2,200! Well worth putting in for!”

TRACEY, BRISTOL

What would an extra £400, £684, or more do for your household this month?

Maybe that’s going on holiday with your loved ones. Maybe that’s buying new bedroom furniture. Or maybe you want to stop getting trapped in dreadful Sunday shifts because you don’t know how else you’re going to pay the bills. No matter the case, the tax rebate is the extra help you need to make your life easier in the coming weeks.

We meant it when we said “zero upfront fees required”

Instead, our accountants take a standard percentage of your tax refund after it’s been approved by HMRC. So that when the cheque gets sent to your house, the entire sum is yours to keep.

It’s hard to overpay your taxes when our accountants have your back

Start your claim in under 60 seconds. And get your taxes reviewed for you. So you can get back any money you’ve spent on excess mileage, uniform laundry, PPE costs, and more. Over 20,000 care workers have already received a bit of extra money to support themselves and their families. You could be one of them too if you let us help you.

  • No upfront fees
  • No bank account details required
  • No lengthy, complicated forms to fill out
  • Done-for-you tax review
  • Tax refund cheque sent directly to your house

Trust in the experts

20,000+ care
workers helped

Recognised by
HMRC

Tax experts
since 2012

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If you’re employed as a domiciliary carer and use your own car for client visits, HMRC could owe you thousands.

Used your own car for client visits?

If you’re employed as a domiciliary carer and use your own car for client visits, HMRC could owe you thousands.

HM Revenue & Customs is refunding millions to domiciliary care workers through Care Worker Tax Rebate.

HM Revenue & Customs is refunding millions to domiciliary care workers through Care Worker Tax Rebate.

  • Start Claim

Using your own car for client visits? Check your eligibility for FREE in less than 60 seconds.

  • Success Stories

We’ve helped thousands of domiciliary care workers claim tax back from HMRC. Hear what they have to say about our service!

  • Our Mission

We’re the UK’s leading tax specialists dedicated to supporting the professional domiciliary care community.

  • Start Claim

Using your own car for client visits? Check your eligibility for FREE in less than 60 seconds.

  • Success Stories

We’ve helped thousands of domiciliary care workers claim tax back from HMRC. Hear what they have to say about our service!

  • Our Mission

We’re the UK’s leading tax specialists  dedicated to supporting the professional domiciliary care community.

Join 20,000+ success stories

Our team has helped thousands of carers across Great Britain, from Penzance to Perthshire. Hear what they have to say about us!

Join 20,000+ success stories

Our team has helped thousands of carers across Great Britain, from Penzance to Perthshire. Hear what they have to say about us!

“I recommend anybody to do it. Absolutely fantastic, much appreciated!”

VICTORIA, LINCOLN

“I got £1,960.34. They made it so easy, so simple, and I would recommend them!”

CAROLINE, DERBY

“I’m a carer in the community. I put in for a tax rebate and I received £2,200! Well worth putting in for!”

TRACEY, BRISTOL

“I found the website through Facebook. I registered a claim and received £600!”

TRACEY, HULL

“I work in domiciliary care – I go to clients’ houses. I saw the link on Facebook and got £400!”

KIM, LUTON

“I applied for a tax rebate and to my surprise I got back £1,600. I would definitely recommend!”

IAN, SWANSEA

“I found the process very easy and I was very pleased with the service that I got.”

JOANNE, COLCHESTER

“I had a rebate of £684.75. I’m very pleased and would recommend them to any of my colleagues.”

HULYA, BIRMINGHAM

“Very easy to get on with, they explain things in terms that people can understand.”

ELIZABETH, TOWCESTER

What is Care Worker Tax Rebate?

Care Worker Tax Rebate was formed in 2012 to help the hundreds of thousands of employed domiciliary carers in Great Britain who are needlessly paying too much income tax to HM Revenue & Customs.

What is Care Worker Tax Rebate?

Care Worker Tax Rebate was formed in 2012 to help the hundreds of thousands of employed domiciliary carers in Great Britain who are needlessly paying too much income tax to HM Revenue & Customs.

£20,000,000+

Our experts have already reclaimed more than £20 million from HM Revenue & Customs, on behalf of more than 20,000 care workers.

HMRC Recognised

Our job is to make sure that you're paying no more tax than you need to. We work closely with HMRC throughout all stages of the claim.

Tax Experts

Our team of accountants are the UK's leading experts in care worker tax claims. We've been in business since 2012.

£20,000,000+

Our experts have already reclaimed more than £20 million from HM Revenue & Customs, on behalf of more than 20,000 care workers.

HMRC Recognised

Our job is to make sure that you're paying no more tax than you need to. We work closely with HMRC throughout all stages of the claim.

Tax Experts

Our team of accountants are the UK's leading experts in care worker tax claims. We've been in business since 2012.

Top questions from domiciliary carers

Top questions from domiciliary carers

If you are employed as a care worker and are using your own car to provide care in the community (for example, visiting clients in their own homes), you will almost certainly be entitled to claim an income tax refund using the Care Worker Tax Rebate service.

If you have only been travelling between your home and a single, fixed place of work (such as a care home) then you will not be eligible for a tax refund under the Care Worker Tax Rebate scheme.

The claim can be backdated for the past four years, so it does not matter if you have dipped in and out of community/domiciliary care during that time. Our team of expert claims advisors will determine your eligibility for a tax refund in order to make sure that you’ve paid no more tax to HMRC than you are legally required to.

No, claiming through the Care Worker Tax Rebate scheme will not cost your employer anything at all. This is because any tax rebate that you are awarded will be recovered directly from HM Revenue & Customs. Your employer will not have to pay anything.

On average, domiciliary care workers using this service for the first time typically receive around £1,200 from HMRC. Your award may be considerably greater than this figure however – our largest claim to date is £13,192.

Once you’ve registered a claim on this website, our team will be in touch and using the information you provide us with one of our accountants will calculate your entitlement for a tax refund.

The fees that we charge for the work that our accountants carry out on your behalf are based on the total amount that we recover for you. Details of our fees can be found here.

You won’t receive a Care Worker Tax Rebate unless you register a claim online. 

The only way to make sure that you have received any income tax refunds due to you in relation to your employment as a care worker is to register a claim.

You will need to act quickly however, because there are very strict HMRC claim deadlines in place. If you miss the HMRC claim deadline, you will lose your entitlement to claim a tax refund, and your Care Worker Tax Rebate will simply be written-off by HMRC.

You can claim tax back for the last four years using this service. So, even if you are not currently working within the domiciliary / community care sector, and are no longer visiting clients at home, you may still qualify for a tax refund for an earlier year.

If you’ve used your own car to get to site at any point in the last four years, give us a call on 01162964334 and our advisors will be able to calculate your entitlement.

It takes just a couple of minutes to register your Care Worker Tax Rebate claim online.

Once we’ve spoken to you over the phone and established whether you are entitled to a tax refund, our team of accountants will calculate your entitlement and once we have received approval to file the claim, HMRC will issue your payment within 2-3 working days.

Once our accountants have finalised your claim, and it has been approved, HMRC usually release payment by cheque within 2-3 working days.

Our fees are detailed in our pricing page. Standard pricing is 40% of any recovered refund.

Once your refund application has been approved, HMRC will usually issue payment within 2-3 working days.

The paperwork is clear, simple to understand and easy to complete.

Once we’ve spoken to you over the phone, we will send you two documents that you will need to sign and date.

If for any reason you need any help with the paper application form, our Customer Support Team are here to help.

Register your claim now

Join us today and make sure you aren’t missing out.

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