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Tax refund from abroad. Return taxes.

Recruitment company WORK IN in cooperation with RT TAX company offers to people who worked abroad in the United Kingdom, Guernsey, Ireland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, the USA, Canada, Norway and New Zealand to return taxes,  overpaid taxes.

WORK IN has developed a high-quality scheme of client service. The experienced employees at WORK IN are ready to offer professional consultations. The well-established relationship with tax institutions and tax consultants ensure the most reliable process of returning taxes.

Filling in documents is entirely FREE OF CHARGE in our office.

Professional services and experience. Due to a very close cooperation with tax institutions abroad, WORK IN ensures fast and effective recovery of income taxes.

Fast and effective services. Our staff will fill in all the necessary documents for you to return taxes from the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands and other countries. This will take less than 10 minutes.

Great customer service. You can contact us by phone or by e-mail. WORK IN personnel is always ready to give you professional consultations concerning returning taxes.

What documents would you need from the United Kingdom?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. Forms P45/P60 (handed out by your British employer) which are certificates of your annual income or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted;

3. If you request tax returns for the ongoing year, all 3 originals of P45 are necessary;

a. Additionally, for seamen: a copy of the seaman’s passport (the pages with the information on the working periods) and copies of extracts from the logbook;

b. Additionally, for self-employed persons: the self-employed income report Subcontractor Monthly Statements.

The minimum tax recovery fee is GBP 35 or 11% of the return sum.

What documents would you need from Guernsey?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. The last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted;

3. An income certificate from the State Revenue Service (SRS) for every year a tax declaration has been submitted, in order to submit the tax declaration.

The minimum tax recovery fee is GBP 35 or 11% of the return sum.

What documents would you need from Ireland?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. Copies of certificates of your annual income P45/P60 or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted;

3. If you request tax returns for the ongoing year, all 3 originals of P45 are necessary.

The minimum tax recovery fee is EUR 60 or 11% of the return sum.

What documents would you need from Germany?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. A copy of Lohnsteuerbescheinigungs or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted;

3. An income certificate from the State Revenue Service (SRS) for the period you have worked abroad.

The minimum tax recovery fee is EUR 50 or 14% of the return sum.

What documents would you need from the Netherlands?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. A copy of Jaaropgave/Jaarograaf or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted.

*Returning insurance. You can return insurance payments as well.

The minimum tax recovery and insurance returning fee is EUR 35 or 14% of the return sum.

What documents would you need from Denmark?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. A copy of Arsopgoreise vai Forskudsopgorelse or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted.

3. An income certificate from the State Revenue Service (SRS) for the period you have worked abroad.

The minimum tax recovery fee is 10% EUR or DDK 440 of the return sum.

What documents would you need from Norway?

1. A copy of your passport or ID card;

2. A copy of Årsoppgave form or the last pay slip from each employer for every year a tax declaration has been submitted;

3. The form Selvangivelse which is a document issued by Norwegian Tax Authority. It shows full information about the employee’s income and taxes. These forms are sent to everyone working in Norway at the end of March.

4. Tax report (Skatteoppgjor) (if you have it):

5. Skatteoppgjor is a tax calculation issued by Norwegian Tax Office at the end of the tax year;

A copy of Skattekort (if you have it):

Everyone working in Norway should have the form Skattekort. It indicates your Fodselsnummer, also known as the D number. Employers use this form to calculate the amount of tax to be deducted from your salary. A new Skattekort form is issued to employers every year in December.

The minimum tax recovery and insurance returning fee is NOK 690 or 10% of the return sum.

INFO: If you are missing a document, you can still apply to receive tax returns. Our experienced tax recovery specialists will obtain the missing documents for you. Only in our office you can submit an application for tax returns even if you do not have the termination forms P45, P60, Jaaropgaaf, etc. The request for documents is a pay service the amount of which differs in every country.

We return taxes from the USA, New Zealand, Canada and Australia – you can find out more information about returning taxes by visiting us in our office.

Service fees: the average fee is from 10% of the return sum but it differs in every country;

Filling in the documents with us is completely FREE OF CHARGE.

The period of tax recovery: on average, the tax recovery procedure lasts 8-16 weeks starting from the moment you have provided us with all the necessary information and documents.

The type of payment: money transfer to the account indicated.

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