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Uniform Allowance Letter

Posted 16th August 2009 at 10:01 AM by mlewis09

[B]Below is a letter, that I give on training to learners - some of them have managed to get a £200 rebate, and an increase in their tax code for future years, just copy and paste into a word processing file, fill in the gaps, remove the bits in brackets that don't apply, and send.[/B]

[I]Your Name
Your Address


HM Revenue & Customs
Tax Office Address
Details available from your employer/payroll dept

Dear Sir or Madam

RE: Expenses Allowance
NI No: (AA000000A)

I have been employed at (Company Name), (Location) since (Date of Starting at Employment). My employer’s PAYE reference is (###/#####), my payroll number is ######.

I am (provided with # uniforms bearing the company logo/provided with # uniforms that conform to the appropriate infection control standards of the care industry).

I am obliged to launder the uniform, which is supplied to me by the company as there are no laundry facilities available to me. I therefore wish to claim an expenses allowance of £60 for each year since the above date.

(In addition I am required to buy shoes and trousers that conform to the company dress code). These cost me £##:## in the last year, and I have to purchase them yearly).

Yours Faithfully

(Your Name)
(Your Tax code)[/I]
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