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The loan charge deadline is two weeks away: here’s what you need to do by 30 September

The loan charge deadline is two weeks away: here’s what you need to do by 30 September

Anyone subject to the disguised remuneration loan charge that hasn't yet filed a tax return or sorted a payment agreement with HMRC has until 30 September.

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HMRC offers ‘furlough fraud’ amnesty to employers ahead of crackdown

HMRC offers ‘furlough fraud’ amnesty to employers ahead of crackdown

HMRC could impose hefty fines to anyone who has fraudulently received furlough payments from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Here's how to avoid a fine.

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HMRC pays back £627m in overpaid pension tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC pays back £627m in overpaid pension tax: are you owed a refund?

Hundreds of thousands of pension savers have been overcharged £627m in tax since 2015. Here, Which? looks at whether you could be entitled to a refund.

HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC has overcharged over £600m in pensions tax since the freedoms were introduced. Are you owed a refund?

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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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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Government to change loan charge rules: what does this mean for your tax return?

Government to change loan charge rules: what does this mean for your tax return?

Find out what the government's planned changes to charges regarding disguised renumeration schemes could mean for you, and how your tax return could be affected.

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‘My dog ate the post… again’: HMRC reveals the decade’s worst excuses for late tax returns

‘My dog ate the post… again’: HMRC reveals the decade’s worst excuses for late tax returns

Find out what counts as a 'reasonable excuse' for missing the self-assessment deadline, as well as what expenses HMRC will accept.

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Revealed: how many people did their tax return at Christmas

Revealed: how many people did their tax return at Christmas

A record number of people spent their Christmas day filing their tax return this year, new data from Hm Revenue and Customs (HMRC) shows.

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Couples married for five years could claim more than £1,000 from HMRC

Couples married for five years could claim more than £1,000 from HMRC

Couples who are married or in a civil partnership could be owed over £1,000 by HMRC but 700,000 are missing out. Find out how to claim your rebate.

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