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New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

Find out all of the latest tax allowances for the 2021-22 tax year, so you don't end up paying more tax than you need to.

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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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New tax year: how you could earn up to £43,250 tax-free in 2019-20

New tax year: how you could earn up to £43,250 tax-free in 2019-20

The 2019-20 tax year will affect your bottom line. Find out how to make the most of the tax allowances, thresholds and rates coming into force on 6 April.

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Slash your tax bill in 2018-19 by claiming more than £21,000 tax-free

Slash your tax bill in 2018-19 by claiming more than £21,000 tax-free

Maxing out the full range of tax-free allowances on offer can be really worthwhile, and stop you over-paying on your tax bill. Here's how to do it

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Ask an expert: ‘How do I pay tax on interest and dividends?’

Ask an expert: ‘How do I pay tax on interest and dividends?’

Which? Money experts explain what the new self-assessment tax rules could mean for money earned on savings interest and dividends

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