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I have earned 36.533.39 since the 23rd of may 2014 and have

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I have earned 36.533.39 since the 23rd of may 2014 and have paid 7211.30 in tax i have kept all wage slips and expenses such as fuel rail tickets etc .as im leaving the uk to start a new job in new Zealand i was wondering if i can claim anything back from inland revenue
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  TaxRobin replied 2 years ago.
Hello and thank you for allowing me to assist you.
You will need to complete the P85 form. That is for use if you have left or are about to leave the UK. It will help HMRC decide how you should be treated for UK tax purposes after you leave and to consider any repayment of tax that may be due.
After your allowance you may be entitled to a a return estimated at £2000. That is a very rough estimate though.
Please make sure to complete the P85.
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