Marriage Tax Helpdesk

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Married Couples are missing out on a refund of up to £1,242


Are you married or in a legally registered civil partnership?

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Are you a full time UK resident and born after 6th April 1935


Is your partner a full time UK resident and born after 6th April 1935


Have you already made a claim for the marriage tax allowance?


What was the date you were Married?

Helps Us Calculate How Much You Can Claim

What is your approximate income per year?


What is your partners approximate income per year?


We are just running the free check to see if you're eligible to be accepted for a claim based on the questions answered so far..

Good news.. based upon the details so far you are likely to be accepted for a claim.


On average we aim to process claims in 8 to 12 weeks.

Your Details

Date of Birth

Partners Details

Date of Birth


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Your Signature

Your Partners Signature


What happens next?

You have been matched with a trusted Marriage Tax adviser for your specific needs from one of the below companies.

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How much could you be owed by HMRC?

Are You Eligible?

Complete the 60 second form above to see how much you could be owed by HMRC.

Who Can Claim Marriage Allowance?

HMRC estimates that over 2.4 million couples are missing out, are you one of them?

What Happens Next?

Once complete we can process your refund with HRMC.

What is a Marriage Allowance Claim?

In April 2015 Marriage Allowance was introduced which is an all-new income relief for married couples and civil partners. Marriage Allowance allows the lower earner within the marriage or civil partnership to transfer £1,250 of their unused Personal Allowance to their higher-earning partner.

Doing this will reduce the higher earner’s income bill by up to £250 per year. It has been widely documented that more than 2.4 million married couples in Britain are missing out on the marriage allowance relief.