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£100 penalty for late tax returns to be scrapped

Automatic late fees for tax returns may become a thing of the past, as HMRC is set to introduce a a new points-based model for missed filing deadlines.

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Ask an Expert: can I give gifts to minimise inheritance tax?

Which? explains how gifts can help reduce your inheritance tax bill by giving gifts - including how much you're allowed to give each year.

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Ask an expert: did I miss out on state pension by caring for my child?

Our Which? Money expert looks at who qualifies for National Insurance credits and why they are important for your state pension entitlement.

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Autumn Budget: 8 personal finance reforms hidden in the small print

Which? explains eight of the less eye-catching reforms from this week's Autumn Budget statement that affect the world of personal finance.

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Ask an expert: how do I pay tax on my charity donation?

Each week, the Which? Money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q: Please could you help me...

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Autumn Budget 2017: use our National Insurance calculator

National Insurance is paid by most people to entitle them to their state pension and other benefits. And after the 2017 Autumn Budget, the levels of income at which you...

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Autumn Budget 2017: income tax rate boost for low and medium earners

The second Budget statement of 2017 had little surprises, with Chancellor Philip Hammond announcing modest increases to personal allowances and the higher rate threshold, as well as measures to cut...

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Autumn Budget 2017: use our income tax calculator

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced an increase to the amount you can earn before you pay income tax, and the amount you can earn before you pay the higher rate....

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Autumn Budget 2017: what you need to know

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has delivered his Autumn Budget speech detailing the government’s plans for our finances.  Little changed for pensioners and savers, but there was big...

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Where does your council tax money go?

Which? takes a look at where your council tax money could be spent in the upcoming years, as local authority budgets come under increasing strain.

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