Martin Lewis, 45, also known as Money Saving Expert or MSE, said you can get a tax rebate of £250 if you wear a uniform for work.
The Money Saving Expert told This Morning viewers those with a work uniform that they wash themselves simply had to fill in a form to get the money back.
You do not need to wear a full uniform – even a “branded T-shirt” would qualify for the refund, he said.
“On Monday I was talking about 5 refunds you may be due, but I only managed to get to four of them.
“So let me pick up the last one – it’s the uniform tax rebate,” he added.
“If you wear a recognisable uniform to work, even if it’s just a branded t-shirt, and you wash it yourself, you may be able to reclaim hundreds of pounds of tax back.
“Like Jackie who tweeted: “@MartinSLewis we got a £250 cheque today after writing to the HMRC about a uniform tax rebate for my husband! Thank you!”
“The amount you get varies from £12 to £74 a year depending on your tax rate and the industry you work in, plus you can go back four years in total, so this can be £100s for some.
“And you don’t need to pay anyone to do this, just fill out the P87 claim form on the Gov website.
“Once you’ve registered, your tax code will change, so you’ll be taxed less in the future.”
He also outlined another couple of money saving and discount tips.
£32 of No7 beauty products for £12
If you buy two selected No7 items from Boots (online or in-store), you can get a free ‘Summer Treats’ gift box set containing mascara, primer, nail polish and facial sun cream until Tuesday 5 June (until stocks last).
As the cheapest combo of two No7 items included in the offer is £12 for two 10ml No7 nail polishes at £6 each – and the set is worth £20ish, you’ll get about £32ish of beauty products for £12 – so assuming they’re something you’d use anyway, it’s a good deal.
The free set will be automatically added to your basket online, but you’ll need to pick it up from the shelf and take it to the till in store.
20% off Family & Friends railcard
Go online to the Family & Friends Railcard website and enter the code FMH20 before 11.59pm next Tuesday (22 May).
You’ll be able to get an annual Family & Friends Railcard for £24, which usually costs £30 – ideal for the half-term holiday.
The railcard gets you a third off train tickets for up to four adults when travelling together with up to four children aged 5-15 getting 60% off.
Even if you don’t use the train that often, just one big rail trip across the country would make the railcard worth it.