All news stories featuring 'HMRC'

Urgent stamp duty rebate - are you due up to £1,500?

17 April 2014

Up to 300,000 homeowners who bought a property in a 'disadvantaged' area over the past decade could reclaim up to £1,500

Extra cash to tackle copycat Government websites

4 March 2014

Extra funding is being given to crackdown on misleading websites that try and palm themselves off as government services

Filing a tax return? Avoid self-assessment copycat sites

21 January 2014

If you're filing a self-assessment tax form, avoid sites that charge up to £1,000 when you can do it yourself for free

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14 January 2014

Self-assessment Q&A: Fill in tax return now or face fines

If you're self-employed and haven't already filed a self-assessment tax return, do it now to avoid a hefty fine

14 November 2013

Bagging Christmas bargains from overseas? Make sure you get the tax right, HMRC says

Shoppers looking to bag Christmas bargains overseas this year should beware import costs and taxes before they buy

24 October 2013

Pension liberation scams face HMRC crackdown

HMRC is tightening the process for registering and transferring pension schemes to crack down on pension liberation

4 October 2013

Child benefit deadline for higher earners looms

Around 220,000 people who earn over £50,000 and receive child benefit should register for tax self-assessment

16 May 2013

Are you due a tax rebate or do you owe cash? 5.5m paid wrong tax in 2012/13

HMRC today confirmed over five million people paid the wrong tax for the 2012/13 financial year, with letter to follow

25 January 2013

Beware fake HMRC tax refund emails

We've been informed of a spate of fake phishing emails, claiming to be from HMRC, promising £245

14 January 2013

Hurry to avoid a £100 self assessment tax fine

Over a million taxpayers risk a £100 fine for filing their self assessment tax return late, so act soon

8 January 2013

MPs vote to limit benefit rises to 1%

A key vote to decide whether the annual increase in most benefits will be capped at 1% until 2016 will take place today

2 January 2013

Child benefit cut to hit 1 million next Monday

MoneySavingExpert.com explains what the changes, first announced last March, mean for you and what your options are

20 December 2012

Don't let online statements wreck mortgage and benefit chances

Many banks and government departments do not accept print-outs from online accounts as evidence of ID or income

30 October 2012

Are you a child benefit loser? Full Q&A

Over a million families will soon be told they could lose their child benefit entitlement next year, or have it reduced

22 October 2012

Hurry to make the self assessment tax deadline

The deadline to send in paper forms by post for the 2011/12 financial year is looming

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