GTC Tax Rebate

If you paid subscriptions to a GTC you could claim a tax rebate.

If you paid subscriptions to a GTC you could claim a tax rebate.

If you paid for your registration to the GTC (General Teaching Council) you can claim tax relief on this cost.

The GTC for England was axed in 2012, however it is still possible to claim tax back on these costs as claims can be backdated 4 years, currently to the 2009/10 tax year. GTCs still exist in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and you can claim tax back on these costs for all of the previous 4 years and for future ongoing years.

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Can I claim for anything else?

We can help you claim tax relief on subscriptions you paid to the NUT, NASUWT, ATL, IfL, NAHT, NPH, Voice, EIS, ASCL, UCU and others.

If you have to teach PE or sports lessons we can also help you claim tax relief on any sports wear and equipment you paid for yourself for this purpose.

Why can I claim for this?

HMRC allows tax relief on “expenses incurred wholly, exclusively and necessarily for the purposes of employment”, and these costs meet those criteria.

How do I claim?

If you enter your details at www.teachertaxrebate.co.uk you can get the forms to claim.

Is it easy to claim?

Yes, it takes about 5 minutes for you to complete a claim with us, then just send off the paper forms and we’ll do the rest.

How long does it take?

Usually your claim is lodged within 5 working days of you posting off the paper forms. Most claims are completed within 12 weeks subject to HMRC’s workload.

7 Responses to “GTC Tax Rebate”

    • The Rabbit

      We obtained more than 10,000 rebates for teachers this year, the largest was £5,302.50, the average was £183.56.

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