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After you have completed your online application, these are the next steps to take. If you need any more information or help with the form then you can contact us at contact@forces-money.co.uk

Step 1: Complete your 64-8 Authorising Agent form and post it back to us.

How do I get a 64-8 Application Form?


By Post


If you told us on your application form that you wanted a form posted to you we will be doing this in the next few days. Keep a look out for it and complete it and post it back to us as soon as it arrives.

Download

If you would like to download this form you can do it here. Please complete all the details by the red boxes and post it back to us at the address below. If you have changed your mind and would like a form posting to you please email contact@forces-money.co.uk

Forces Money
Camerons - Army Claims
Chartered Accountants
Wellfield House, Parkhouse Lane
Keynsham, Bristol BS31 2SG
Step 2: Email your last 4 years of P60s to docs@forces-money.co.uk

Already have P60s?

If you already have hard copies please take a picture with your smart phone and email them to docs@forces-money.co.uk along with your customer reference number.

Need to download P60’s?

If you have a Defence Gateway account you can login and download your P60s. For help on how to do this see our user guide.

Lost your P60’s?

Please call JPAC on 0141 224 3600 and request copies. When they arrive take a picture with your smart phone and email them to us.

What happens next?


Once we receive your 64-8 form and P60’s you will be contacted by a member of our team to gather any further information if needed. We will then apply for your UTR code with HMRC which is posted to your home address in 6-7 weeks. When the code arrives please email it to docs@forces-money.co.uk

Where can I get help?

Email us at contact@forces-money.co.uk
Or call us on 0117 9861234
What are you claiming for?
Did you know that both members of the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force as well as MOD personnel can possibly claim a tax rebate against travel expenses on temporary postings expected to last less than 24 months? Those who are currently serving in the military or have left within the last four years may be eligible for such a rebate also, even after being posted abroad in British Forces Germany. Claims cover expenses incurred commuting between home and base via your own vehicle or public transport. If eligible, you can claim back for any overpaid tax covering the last four years, here at Forces Money our average claim is over £2,000.
How long does a claim take?
Armed forces tax reclaims are usually paid out within 8-10 weeks after all of your required documentation has been received. To help you fully understand the rebate process, we’ve noted a few key milestones for you; Step one - submit your form online at Forces money Step two - return signed 64-8, and your last 4 years 60s Step three - we will review your application to see if you have a possible claim and apply for and await your UTR number Step four - once we have received your UTR we submit for your claim .to HMRC Step five - await HMRC approval and payment. (4-5 weeks) Step six - we pay the money directly into your account within 72 hours. Our highly experienced and dedicated account managers work around the clock to ensure you receive the correct funds and that the tax rebate process runs seamlessly. As soon as you provide the relevant information for your reclaim, we can kick-start the process on your behalf, the quicker we receive your credentials, the quicker we can get you paid.