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Self-assessment: just one week to pay your estimated 2018-19 tax bill

This year's second payment on account deadline is on 31 July - find out how it works and how to make your payment to HMRC on time

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170,000 ‘contractors’ will pay more tax from April 2020: are you one of them?

Find out what HMRC's latest rules for off-payroll working could mean for contractors, recruitment agencies, personal services companies and employers.

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5 major changes to self-employed tax coming in the 2019-20 tax year

Find out about the tax changes hitting the self-employed in the 2019-20 tax year.

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

From what documents you'll need to tax-allowable expenses, this is everything you need to know about filing a self-assessment tax return

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Filing your first tax return? Time is running out to get your UTR number

If you don't apply for a UTR number today, you may run out of time to submit your self-assessment tax return without incurring a late fine.

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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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Just one week until the paper tax-return deadline: here’s what you need to do

We explain how paper tax returns work, the penalties you'll face from HMRC if you're late, and whether you'd be better off filing your return online

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Ask an expert: ‘I’m paying too much tax with payment on account’

Which? explains tax payment on account - how it's calculated, who needs to pay HMRC in advance, and how to adjust your payments if your income changes.

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Budget 2017: will your National Insurance bill rise?

On Wednesday 8 March, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Budget speech, outlining his plans for taxation and spending for the coming year. But will you get a boost to...

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