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‘My wife is seeing aliens’: the weirdest excuses to HMRC for late tax returns

As HMRC reveals the most improbable excuses and expenses on last year's tax returns, Which? explains how you can manage your self-assessment in 2018.

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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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Ask an expert: ‘Do I have to pay tax on my redundancy pay?’

A redundancy package can help soften the blow of losing your job - but make sure you understand exactly how much you'll be taxed and what you'll take home.

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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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Ask an expert: ‘How will I be taxed on my cash bonds?’

Ahead of the 31 January self-assessment deadline, the Which? Money experts explain all you need to know about being taxed on cash and savings bonds

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Thousands could face surprise pensions tax bill

Find out if you're among the thousands of UK savers who could be affected by 'complex' rules restricting tax relief on pensions contributions.

13 tax reforms that will hit your wallet in 2018

Which? provides a comprehensive list of the all tax changes taking effect in April for the 2018/2019 tax year, so you can be prepared and plan ahead

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Autumn Budget: 8 personal finance reforms hidden in the small print

Which? explains eight of the less eye-catching reforms from this week's Autumn Budget statement that affect the world of personal finance.

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£10m a month handed out in stamp duty refunds

Which? explains how more than £10m has been handed out in refunds to people who have been caught up in paying additional rates of stamp duty.

Budget 2017: will pensioners fund tax cuts for young adults?

Tax cuts for younger voters could be on the horizon in the upcoming Budget. It’s believed the Chancellor of the Exchequer is keen to introduce measures to rouse this demographic, after...

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