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Nov 25, 2020

Personal allowance set to rise 0.5% next year

Nov 06, 2020

‘I’ve been taxed on redundancy pay despite it being under the £30k limit. Why?’

Jul 03, 2020

Payments to HMRC by business debit card will attract fee

Jun 10, 2020

Self-employed warned a third of government grant may be clawed back

Jan 30, 2020

Millions to pay less tax from April

Jan 24, 2020

Three million tax returns due a week before deadline

Dec 11, 2019

Half a million people overpaid tax: check now

Oct 23, 2018

Kids can win £1m too: a parent’s guide to buying Premium Bonds

Oct 22, 2018

What can we expect from this year’s Budget?

Aug 14, 2018

Tax warning for Brits with holiday homes or overseas bank accounts

Aug 03, 2018

All change for the Capital Gains Tax payment window?

Jan 08, 2018

Why you should keep hold of your payslips

Jan 05, 2018

Your essential guide to 2018 tax allowances

Nov 01, 2017

‘Clumsy system’ sees pension freedoms users reclaim £37m of tax

Oct 26, 2017

Capital Gains Tax bills at record high

Jul 29, 2017

1.7 million pensioners submit tax return in 2015/16

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