Claiming Back the Tax on Your Compensation for Financial Mis-Selling

If you have had a successful claim for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), Packaged Bank Account (PBA), Payday/Doorstep Loan or Undisclosed Commission (Plevin PPI) since April 2017, you could be entitled to a rebate from HM Revenue & Customs. Check NOW whether you are eligible!

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)

Millions of consumers have received refunds from their lenders for historic mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). Most PPI refunds have had 20% income tax deducted at source whether you are exempt, or not.

Packaged Bank Account (PBA)

If you have successfully claimed back account fees attributed to your Packaged Bank Account (PBA), you could be due a refund from HM Revenue & Customs of the income tax that was automatically deducted by your lender.

Undisclosed Commissions (Plevin)

Undisclosed Commission was an amount of money paid by the underwriter of your Payment Protection Policy to your bank – as a commission for selling you PPI. If you have received a refund, you could also be due a tax rebate.

Payday & Doorstep Loans (PDLs)

More people than ever are now receiving refunds of the interest associated with high-interest, short term credit. If you have received a settlement from your Payday or Doorstep Lender, you could be entitled to a tax rebate.