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HMRC overcharged graduates £36m for student loans repayments

Around 68,000 graduates overpaid their student loan debt for the 2017-18 tax year. Find out why HMRC overcharged these workers, and how to claim a refund.

Inheritance tax shake-up: six ways the ‘death tax’ could be changing

Inheritance tax could be due a major overhaul, with a new report recommending changes to gifting rules, life insurance policies and even who pays the bill.

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HMRC refunds parents after scrapping 6,000 child benefit fines

HMRC is paying back nearly £2m to parents after wiping 6,000 child benefit penalty fines.

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HMRC’s new digital VAT system starts tomorrow – and 1m businesses still haven’t signed up

Only 4% of eligible UK businesses have signed up for the new Making Tax Digital system for VAT returns - find out if you'll be affected

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Al Rayan Bank customers mistakenly hit with HMRC tax bills on cash Isas

Which? has been informed that some Al Rayan cash Isa customers have been charged tax due to the bank's error reporting figures to HMRC

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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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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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One week to tax deadline: 3.5 million tax returns still outstanding

More than 3.5 million people have just one week to file their self-assessment tax return. Which? explains what you need to do to meet the deadline.

Will this major tax change happen in 2019?

The government's Making Tax Digital plans have come under fire in a new report, recommending they delay the changes. We explain what the changes mean for you.

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One month deadline for HMRC crackdown on offshore income

From October, HMRC will have new powers to access financial records in over 100 countries - so you have just one month to declare your overseas assets.

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