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Budget 2020: what it means for your income tax bill

Budget 2020: what it means for your income tax bill

Which? explains how the Budget will (and won't) affects income tax, and how to work out your own bill.

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Budget 2020: air passenger duty increased despite coronavirus hitting airlines

Budget 2020: air passenger duty increased despite coronavirus hitting airlines

Despite calls from the industry to halve Air Passenger Duty, it will increase for long haul flights. Here's what it means for travellers.

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Budget 2020: date, predictions and rumours

Budget 2020: date, predictions and rumours

The 2020 Budget date has been confirmed for Wednesday 11 March. But what will the new chancellor announce, and how will it affect your finances?

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Government confirms IR35 will roll out to the private sector in April 2020: are you affected?

Government confirms IR35 will roll out to the private sector in April 2020: are you affected?

Find out how the government's off-payroll working rules could affect contractors and businesses, and how to make sure you're compliant

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Will your council tax bill be more expensive from April 2020?

Will your council tax bill be more expensive from April 2020?

New research suggests the majority of councils in England will up their bills by 4% for the 2020-21 tax year - find out how to reduce your bill

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Scottish Budget 2020: will you pay more tax from April?

Scottish Budget 2020: will you pay more tax from April?

Find out what changes are planned in the Scottish Budget, including income tax changes, council tax increases and plans for affordable housing.

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Nearly one million missed the self-assessment deadline: what fines could you face?

Nearly one million missed the self-assessment deadline: what fines could you face?

HMRC could issue fines of at least £100 to almost one million taxpayers who failed to file their self-assessment tax return by the 31 January deadline. Which? explains the penalties for delaying any further and excuses you could use to appeal.

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2018-19 tax return deadline: last-minute tips to file by midnight

2018-19 tax return deadline: last-minute tips to file by midnight

Which? provides useful tips to file your tax return by midnight and avoid paying a penalty.

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

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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Four pension tax tips for your self-assessment return

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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