Millions of people have just one month left to claim a £125 tax relief during the coronavirus pandemic.
The "work from home" rebate is available to millions of Brits across the country, even if you've done it once.
It was designed to cover the extra costs associated with doing your job from home, like heating and broadband.
However, people cannot claim for money if they choose to work from home, only if you've been told to by your employer.
Bosses are allowed to pay £6 a week extra – tax free – to cover any home-working expenses during the lockdowns.
It is believed, applicants have until the end of the tax year, April 5, to file for this year's relief, reports the Mirror.
People who are eligible can claim relief based on the rate in which they pay tax.
If an employed worker pays 20% basic rate of tax and claims £6 a week, they would receive £1.20 a week in tax relief.
You can claim £2.40 a week if you pay the higher 40% tax rate.
According to HMRC figures, more than 50,000 tax relief claims have been made by home workers using a new online portal.
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Karl Khan, HMRC's interim director general of customer services, said: "We want everyone to get the money that they are entitled to, so we've made the online service as easy to use as we can – it takes just a few minutes to make a claim."
If you claim before April 2021, you will get the tax relief as part of your salary, where your tax code will be adjusted.
But those who miss the deadline won't be locked out completely, if you do it after April, instead you'll get a lump sum payment.
You can backdate P87 claims for four years, so there is still plenty of time to receive the relief.
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To claim the working from home tax relief, you can head to the GOV.UK website.
It takes less than 2 minutes to find out if you're eligible for tax back.
You will need a Government Gateway user ID and password to get started.
Don't forget your National Insurance number and a recent payslip, P60 or valid UK passport.
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