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12 things to know about your self-employed tax return for 2017-18

With less than a week to go until the 31 January deadline, freelancers and self-employed workers across the country will be scrambling to complete their submissions. So, are you up...

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One week to tax deadline: 3.5 million tax returns still outstanding

More than 3.5 million people have just one week to file their self-assessment tax return. Which? explains what you need to do to meet the deadline.

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Online probate application system launches

People administering estates can now apply for the necessary paperwork from home, with HM Courts & Tribunals (HMCTS) new online probate service.

IHT to be overhauled?

Are the inheritance tax rules about to be overhauled?

The number of people forced to calculate and submit complex inheritance tax (IHT) forms could be slashed after the Office of Tax Simplification recommended a series of changes to simplify and...

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Probate fees shake-up to send costs soaring for large estates

A reform of probate fees announced by the Ministry of Justice will see costs for the wealthiest estates rise by thousands of pounds from April 2019.

Autumn Budget 2018: taxpayers to save £130 with personal allowance increase

Taxpayers are set for a £130 pay rise under increases to the personal allowance in the Autumn Budget 2018. Use our income tax calculator to work out your tax bill for 2019-20.

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IHT to be overhauled?

Autumn Budget 2018: five potential inheritance tax changes

Inheritance tax rules could be due a shake-up in the upcoming Autumn Budget. Which? rounds up speculation about inheritance tax changes and explains the possible options.

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National Insurance tax cut for millions of self-employed workers scrapped

Some 3.4 million self-employed workers may be paying more tax next year than planned, after the Treasury reversed plans to scrap Class 2 National Insurance contributions.

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Buy-to-let landlords face 30-day deadline to pay capital gains tax

Landlords may be forced to pay capital gains tax within 30 days of selling their property under new draft legislation. Which? explains the proposal.

One week to pay your next tax bill for 2017-18

If you complete a self-assessment tax return, you'll need to pay an installment on your next tax bill by 31 July. Which? explains payment on account.

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