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Mileage Tax

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LewixLewix Forumite
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Hello, has anyone filled out their own self assessment for claiming tax back for mileage? I dont really want to pay RIFT  to do it if i can do it. Can anyone help out with this? Either a how to or calculator etc.

I have done 10468 miles so as far as i can work out its £0.45 for the first 10,000 miles then £0.25 for anything after. So total of £923.40 for me.

Also has anyone claimed back for food cost? I assume its the tax on it.


  • edited 1 May at 9:00AM
    blue.peterblue.peter Forumite
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    edited 1 May at 9:00AM
    Dunno if this helps you - it's from my 2004 self-assessment (the last time I did one), so I assume that the numbers will be a out of date. (I've never served in the armed forces, so I know nothing of any special rules that apply to them.)

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