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Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

This year’s Spring Budget, in which the Chancellor of the Exchequer announces key changes affecting our finances in the upcoming tax year and beyond, takes place on 8 March 2017....

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Last-minute online tax return tips

Last-minute online tax return tips

The deadline to submit your self-assessment tax return to HMRC is January 31. Which? money experts offer tips for those who have yet to submit their return.

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Don’t get caught by the tax scammers

Don’t get caught by the tax scammers

Which? Money reveals the common tricks scammers use when posing as the taxman - and how to spot them.

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Who’s the worst at hitting the tax return deadline?

Who’s the worst at hitting the tax return deadline?

Teenagers are the most likely age group to meet the tax return deadline, with one in 12 filing after 31 January last year.

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Could you earn more than £30,000 tax-free this year?

Could you earn more than £30,000 tax-free this year?

As the tax return deadline approaches, Which? Money lists the tax-free allowances that could help you earn more than £30,000 without paying a penny in tax.

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Are you overpaying tax by ignoring a tax return?

Are you overpaying tax by ignoring a tax return?

Even if you don't have to pay taxes via self-assessment, not filing a tax return could mean you end up paying far more than you need to.

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More than 14,000 file Christmas tax returns

More than 14,000 file Christmas tax returns

Thousands of people filed self-assessment tax returns over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day, data from HMRC reveals.

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Tax return deadline: Could an error cost you?

Tax return deadline: Could an error cost you?

Tax rules on property income and allowances are most likely to confuse self-assessed taxpayers, finds new Which? research

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HMRC cuts could lead to ‘catastrophic’ customer service collapse

HMRC cuts could lead to ‘catastrophic’ customer service collapse

HMRC must prepare back up plans to avoid another “catastrophic collapse” in customer service, says influential cross-party group of MPs' annual review.

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Autumn Statement 2016: tax

Autumn Statement 2016: tax

Which? summarises the personal tax changes announced in Philip Hammond's inaugural Autumn Statement.

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