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Could child benefit land you with an unexpected tax penalty from HMRC?

Find out whether you need to file a 2018-19 self-assessment tax return to declare child benefit payments - even if you don't usually need to submit one

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Banking meltdowns could leave two thirds of customers vulnerable to payment issues

Many people are heavily reliant on just one bank or building society, which could leave them struggling to access their money in the event of an IT failure.

Four pension tax tips for your self-assessment return

Which? explains why pension savers might need to complete a self-assessment tax return and tips on what to watch out for to get it right.

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Brexit 50p coin launches this Friday: how much is it worth?

The Brexit 50p coin will be released into circulation on Friday 31 January. Find out what the coins look like, how much they'll be worth, and how rare they'll be.

12 tips for buy-to-let landlords filing a 2018-19 tax return

With the tax return deadline fast approaching, our top tips on tax for buy-to-let landlords, including tax reliefs, allowances and deductible expenses.

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When buying car and home insurance, don’t just look at the premium

Found a bargain insurance policy? You could pay £200 to claim on your insurance, or £30 just to adjust your cover, new Which? research has found.

11 tips for filing your self-employed tax return for 2018-19

Find out what self-assessment tax rules you need to know to ensure you make the most of this year's expenses and allowances for self-employed workers.

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Buying a house in 2020: are property prices really seeing a ‘Brexit bounce’?

Which? explains whether homebuyers should be concerned about house prices increasing as the property market springs into life.

‘Bonus-friendly’ mortgages: which banks will let you borrow the most?

Which? assesses a report into how annual bonuses can affect how much you can borrow when taking out a mortgage, including which lenders allow bonus payments.

Sign outside the HMRC offices in Whitehall, London.

How to spot the biggest HMRC tax scam tactics

With the self-assessment deadline looming, scammers are ready to target unwitting taxpayers by impersonating HMRC in a variety of ways. Here's how to spot them.

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