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National Insurance rates to rise to fund social care crisis – how much more will you pay?

National Insurance rates to rise to fund social care crisis – how much more will you pay?

Find out how much more tax you'll pay when the government's National Insurance rate increases come into force in April 2022.

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Are you paying too much council tax?

Are you paying too much council tax?

Over 11,000 households successfully challenged their council tax band last year. Find out if you could save hundreds by doing the same.

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Which? sounds marriage tax allowance copycat website warning

Which? sounds marriage tax allowance copycat website warning

Couples eligible for marriage tax allowance are being lured into claiming their rebate through claims companies and losing large chunks of their tax rebate, Which? has found. Marriage tax allowance...

What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

Find out how the government's 'Tax Day' changes could affect your finances, from pay-as-you-go self-assessment tax to a reduction in inheritance tax red tape.

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Government makes £125 working from home tax relief easier to access: can you claim?

Government makes £125 working from home tax relief easier to access: can you claim?

Those who have been told to work from home could be eligible to claim tax relief for extra costs such as work equipment and utility bills.

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Working from home for another six months: what it means for your finances

Working from home for another six months: what it means for your finances

As workers are told to work from home for the next six months if they can, find out how to claim money for your expenses and how this could affect your household bills and insurance

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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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Summer Statement: what it means for your money

Summer Statement: what it means for your money

A stamp duty holiday, jobs for under 24s, eating out vouchers and a VAT cut have all been announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement.

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Five reasons you should file your tax return early

Five reasons you should file your tax return early

Hundreds of thousands of people file their tax returns at the last minute every year. But filing it early could save you money and stress.

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‘We thought we were dealing with HMRC’: marriage allowance claimants lose nearly half of their tax refund

‘We thought we were dealing with HMRC’: marriage allowance claimants lose nearly half of their tax refund

Which? hears from marriage allowance claimants who thought they'd dealt with HMRC, but instead had signed away almost half of their tax refund to a different company.

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