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Jan 21, 2016

UK set to waste £4.6bn this year in unused tax allowances

Jan 19, 2016

Two tax deadlines for your diary

Jan 07, 2015

Tax doesn’t have to be taxing as SA deadline looms

Oct 02, 2014

Time to get excited over Tory tax cuts?

Oct 01, 2014

Cameron pledges to raise higher rate threshold to £50k

Jul 11, 2014

Taxpayers ‘lost £1bn’ on Royal Mail IPO

May 23, 2014

Early arrival of Tax Freedom Day ‘to go unnoticed’

May 30, 2013

How to celebrate no longer working for the taxman…

May 21, 2013

Career breaks could damage women’s pensions by £5k

Feb 14, 2013

Prime Minister hints at 10p tax rate

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