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HMRC tax return scam triggers £7,000 refund to fraudster – how to keep your details safe

HMRC tax return scam triggers £7,000 refund to fraudster – how to keep your details safe

Find out how to protect yourself from a new HMRC scam, in which fraudsters steal personal details to trigger huge refunds from fake tax returns.

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Seven tips to meet the paper tax return self-assessment deadline

Seven tips to meet the paper tax return self-assessment deadline

Make sure you don't miss the 31 October self-assessment deadline for 2019-20 paper tax returns - our top tips will make the process quicker and easier.

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Last chance to register for 2019-20 self-assessment tax return: who needs to file?

Last chance to register for 2019-20 self-assessment tax return: who needs to file?

Find out if you need to register with HMRC by 5 October to declare 2019-20 income and understand the new help available to pay your tax bill.

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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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Taxpayers forked out £9.5bn on capital gains tax in 2018-19: could we see further rises?

Taxpayers forked out £9.5bn on capital gains tax in 2018-19: could we see further rises?

Find out why people are paying more capital gains tax than ever and how experts think the government's CGT review could change your tax bill in future.

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Should you take advantage of this year’s delayed payment on account deadline?

Should you take advantage of this year’s delayed payment on account deadline?

Find out the pros and cons of deferring your next payment on account, which is usually due by 31 July, along with other options for self-employed workers.

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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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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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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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