Hundreds of thousands of expats who raise an income in the UK could lose their right to use the personal allowance.
Higher rate taxpayers are missing out on millions of pounds a year in extra retirement income by not claiming pension tax relief.
The current tax-free allowance for inheritances once seemed rather generous, but steeply rising house prices across the country have changed the situation somewhat.
The 40% income tax threshold will rise this year and next, Chancellor George Osborne has said in the Budget.
Chief secretary to the Treasury - and Liberal Democrat - Danny Alexander has ruled out a further cut to the top rate of income tax before next year's general election.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has extended the self-assessment deadline by a fortnight, to 15 February, for people who have lost or misplaced their user ID or password.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has called on HMRC to push back Friday's self-assessment deadline after it emerged that two million people have yet to file their tax return.
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Spouses and civil partners will be able to transfer £1,000 of their income tax personal allowance to their partners under plans unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne.
Nick Clegg has said he is pushing his Tory coalition partners to agree to cut income tax bills by another £100.
Less tax should mean higher returns for you and your beneficiaries.
If you hold assets offshore, a crackdown on tax evaders who use overseas havens to hide money could leave your loved ones open to the risk of receiving an unexpected tax bill on your death.
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