Here at CCB, we help in reclaiming any rebates from HMRC or miss-sold financial services that you may have invested in. We specialise in dealing with HMRC and have a successful working relationship with them. At CCB we endeavour to ensure you have peace of mind and the confidence to entrust us in acting on your behalf in making a claim. We do that by ensuring two things; Firstly, we act on a No Win No Fee basis, so you do not pay anything if your claim is not successful. Secondly, and more importantly, we have processes in place to ensure you are never required to return any payments at a later date. Therefore, fully protecting you as our client.Contact Us
We are a family run, business to consumer service provider and see ourselves as a company with a difference; a company you can trust. Drawing on a combined 30-year experience as a successful Solicitor and Director of a successful and thriving Interior Design company. CCB was created as a result of personal encounters with not just HMRC, but other financial institutions. We want to be able to use our experience and knowledge of navigating complicated claim processes by removing that burden from you. We have a passion for delivering the absolute best service to you, ensuring that not only do you receive the maximum amount of compensation or reimbursement, but we also want you to return to us repeatedly with any future claims you may need.Contact Us
If you’re married or in a civil partnership, you may be entitled to a £1,220 tax break called the Marriage Tax Allowance (MTA). It is estimated that 2.4 million qualifying couples miss out on.
You could be eligible for Marriage Tax Allowance if any of the below apply to you:
You could be eligible for a refund if you paid SDLT on any of the following within the last 10 years:
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a huge part of the property buying process and one of the biggest expenditures homeowners will have. Some buyers may have overpaid or qualify for an exemption, which means they may be eligible for a stamp duty refund.
The CIS scheme applies if you work for a contractor in the construction industry as a self-employed worker. The CIS rules mean that the contractor is usually required to withhold tax on payments to you at either 20% if you are ‘registered’ or 30% if you are not.
You could be eligible for CIS tax refund if all the following apply to you:
We deal with all financial mis-selling matters and have extensive experience, on occasions pursuing claims with the Financial Ombudsman Service. Our aim is always to get you back to the financial position you would have been in had you not been mis-sold a product or service. We have the expertise, knowledge and successful cases to ensure we give your case the best chance of success. If you are interested in finding out how we can help you don’t delay, contact us today.
Our team has experience in dealing with a vast range of compensation claims and we have our own in-house Solicitor to ensure you obtain the maximum compensation amount you are entitled to. Whether you have suffered injury, medical negligence or simply wish to enquire whether you may be entitled to compensation. Please contact us and we will advise if we can assist you.
Our fees are clearly set out in our terms and conditions which can be found here. We operate on a No Win No Fee basis so if your claim is not successful you have nothing to pay. Where we are successful; we charge a fee of 35% (unless stated otherwise in your Letter of Authority) plus VAT of your compensation or reimbursement awarded to you. We also charge an administration fee of £50.00 inclusive of VAT.
You can claim as far back as 10 years to include the current tax year.
This depends on the type of claim you are instructing us to make. If your claim relates to a tax rebate, the length of time will depend on HMRC and how fast they process your claim. This can be anywhere between 2-9 months. This timeframe will include our thorough protection plan that will ensure you never have to repay any payments received. Rest-assured we will keep you fully informed as to the progress of your claim.