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Autumn Budget 2018: National Insurance crackdown on ‘synthetic’ self-employed

We explore the factors that might push up NI tax rates in the Autumn Budget, how much they could increase by, and what the changes would mean for you

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Time running out to report untaxed income for 2017-18 to HMRC

You have one day left to tell HMRC about any income you've earned from the past year that might be taxable. Find out what you need to report and how self-assessment works.

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National Insurance tax cut for millions of self-employed workers scrapped

Some 3.4 million self-employed workers may be paying more tax next year than planned, after the Treasury reversed plans to scrap Class 2 National Insurance contributions.

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Nine things you need to know about National Insurance in 2018

As the latest HMRC figures show that the UK is paying more National Insurance than ever before, we explain how to it works and how to pay the right amount.

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One week to pay your next tax bill for 2017-18

If you complete a self-assessment tax return, you'll need to pay an installment on your next tax bill by 31 July. Which? explains payment on account.

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Time is running out to renew your tax credits for 2018-19

You must renew your tax credits by 31 July at the latest - here's how you can do it, who's eligible, and what to do if you circumstances have changed

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State pensioners pay £24bn in tax: find out how to cut your bill

New analysis reveals pensioners are paying over £24bn to HMRC in tax. Which? explains how to cut your tax bill.

Capital gains tax

Dividend tax changes in 2018/19: all you need to know

Which? takes a look at the changes to the dividend tax-free allowance for the 2018/19 tax year and how this will affect how you pay tax on your income.

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Tax rules that affect buy-to-let landlords and property investors in 2018

Which? explains the main property taxation measures buy-to-let landlords and property investors need to be aware of in the 2018-19 tax year.

Scottish Income Tax loophole boosts pensions by thousands

New Scottish income tax loophole boosts pensions by thousands.

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