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Tax

HMRC customer service ‘unacceptable’

A parliamentary report has criticised HMRC's poor service in failing to answer more than half the telephone calls it received in the first six months of 2015.

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Tax return focus shifts online

Taxpayers who have missed the 31 October deadline can escape a fine by going online. The deadline for online returns is three months later- on 31 January 2016.

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Tax return fine scare at Halloween

Self-assessment taxpayers face a deadline of 31 October to submit a paper return.

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Summer Budget 2015: inheritance tax boost

The Chancellor announces an increase in the inheritance tax threshold to £1m for married couples who leave their home to their children or grandchildren.

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2015-16 tax year: What you need to know

The 2015-16 tax year starts on 6 April 2015. New allowances and tax thresholds apply: 2015-16 Isas, marriage allowance and the tax-free savings allowance.

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Budget 2015: the main highlights

Which? reports George Osborne's 2015 Budget delivered at the House of Commons on 18 March

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Budget 2015: Tax rates and allowances

Chancellor will increase the tax-free personal allowance to £11,000 by 2017-18

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Budget 2015: tax returns to be replaced

George Osborne said in his Budget speech that self-assessment tax returns will be replaced by digital tax accounts, akin to 'Pay as you earn'

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Budget 2015: what can we expect?

Which? rounds up what we already know about Chancellor George Osborne's Budget speech, set to be delivered on March 18 2015.

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Last-minute tax return tips

Practical advice for anyone who has yet to make their self-assessment tax return online.

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