Thank you for your response.
I am not sure if you have rained on my parade as it would seem I am due a refund of almost £5K as I was on a month 1 basis since I started work in September.
Will the income and tax paid in Ireland between Jan 2014 and June 2014 be taken into consideration when calculating my tax refund in the UK?
In my case I earned €50,000 and paid €5565.96 tax on this income.The income and tax accrued evenly over the 6 months. Or is this income ignored and I will get a refund of the difference between the tax paid £11,469.97 and the tax due above(£6723) for the period I was in the UK?
Thank you Keith.
Therefore I would be entitled to a repayment of the tax overpaid which is the difference between the amount you calculated on my UK earnings above and and what I actually paid on my UK earnings?
So I am entitled to a full years Tax fee allowance of £10K and not £5k as I
got on a month 1 basis?
Ok Keith, Thank you.
I will submit my request as soon as I get my P60.
I just hope I am allowed the TFA for the full year and not just for the period I was in the country.
I am going to rate your service as excellent.
You should be John, it is not abated for a mid year arrival.
With my pedants hat on you should already have your P60; your employer is required to provide it by 19 May!
Thank you for your support.
I was available today but I didn't collect it.