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Could you cut your 2020-21 self-assessment tax bill?

Could you cut your 2020-21 self-assessment tax bill?

Find out which work-related expenses you might be eligible to claim, and how to get tax relief on what you've spent.

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Eight mistakes to avoid on your first self-assessment tax return

Eight mistakes to avoid on your first self-assessment tax return

From getting your UTR number in time to knowing when to apply the property allowance, Which? explains the common pitfalls to watch out for.

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HMRC temporarily waives late filing and payment charges on 2020-21 tax returns

HMRC temporarily waives late filing and payment charges on 2020-21 tax returns

Self-assessment taxpayers will have an extra month to file their 2020-21 tax returns and pay their tax bill - but stick to 31 January deadline if you can.

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How many people filed their tax return at Christmas?

How many people filed their tax return at Christmas?

We reveal how many people spent Christmas Day filing their tax return to HMRC, plus tips on how to make the process easier if you haven't submitted yours yet.

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Five ways to pay your 2020-21 tax bill – could you benefit by filing your tax return early?

Five ways to pay your 2020-21 tax bill – could you benefit by filing your tax return early?

If you're not sure how you're going to pay your tax bill for 2020-21, we reveal five payment options - just don't leave it to the last minute.

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Last chance for employers to claim September furlough payments

Last chance for employers to claim September furlough payments

Find out about the rules for the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).

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Budget 2021: income tax and National Insurance changes revealed

Budget 2021: income tax and National Insurance changes revealed

Find out whether you'll have to pay more or less tax from April as we reveal the latest income tax and National Insurance news from the 2021 Budget.

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Spending Review: five things that were in the small print

Spending Review: five things that were in the small print

Which? reveals the finer details of the Chancellor's Spending Review, including personal allowance changes in 2021 and how much your council tax could go up by.

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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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Loan charge deadline looms as a ‘thorough review’ is announced

Loan charge deadline looms as a ‘thorough review’ is announced

Those owing tax from a disguised renumeration scheme currently have until 30 September to submit details to HMRC - here's what you need to know

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