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Tax

Could you fall foul of HMRC’s new tax investigation deadlines?

HMRC will soon be able to investigate offshore tax errors up to 12 years after the self-assessment tax return was filed - here's what you need to know

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Should you pay £100 a week to boost your State Pension payments?

Paying out for voluntary National Insurance contributions now could improve your State Pension by up to £4,000.

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More than £5.2bn inheritance tax paid in 2018: how can you cut your tax bill?

HMRC collected over £5.2bn in inheritance tax during the 2018 calendar year. Which? explains how it works and what you can do to minimise tax.

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2017-18 tax return deadline: top tips for filing by midnight

Tax returns for the 2017-18 tax year are due at midnight on 31 January 2019. If you're only just getting started, use our tips to meet the deadline.

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Nine mistakes to avoid on your first self-assessment tax return

From what documents you'll need to tax-allowable expenses, this is everything you need to know about filing a self-assessment tax return

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Tax chatbots and blockchain: is this the future of tax returns?

Based on a report by the Office of Tax Simplification, we look at how innovative fintech might change how people pay tax in the future

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13 landlord tax tips for your 2017-18 tax return

Tax returns are due in just four days - so if you're a landlord, make sure you know these 13 things about tax reliefs, allowances and deductible expenses.

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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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‘Cursed by my mother-in-law’: HMRC reveals the worst excuses for late tax returns

If you file your tax return late, you need a reasonable excuse to avoid a fine. Which? explores some of the strangest excuses HMRC received in 2017.

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One in six overpay HMRC due to tax return errors

Errors on tax returns can cause you to overpay your tax bill. Which? explains the most common reason for mistakes and how you can fix them.

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