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3.2 million could have paid the wrong tax amid HMRC job cuts chaos

Taxpayers have borne the brunt of recent HMRC staff cuts in the form of increased costs

Filed your self-assessment tax return yet? Don't miss the 31 January deadline

If you don't file your return by the end of this month, you'll get a hefty 100 fine and pay interest on any tax owed

HMRC customer service 'worse than abysmal'

HMRC's level of customer service is now so unacceptably poor that it could be a "threat to tax collection"

Thousands vent Twitter fury at HMRC over long call waits

Frustrated callers tweeted HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) more than 11,500 times over the past year to complain

11 ways to check if you're due 1,000s

Sentinel reclaim letters are being sent out, but it's not the only scandal: PPI, energy credit, bank charges and more

Graduates overpay student loans by 45m: Get your money back

Tens of thousands of graduates have overpaid their student loans by a collective 45.4 million, new data reveals

Summer Budget 2015: HMRC to get powers to raid accounts for debts

Individuals and businesses who owe more than 1,000 to HMRC may have their funds raided for the money owed

HMRC to set aside 45m to improve phone service

Figures show that 7.2 million phone calls made to HMRC in the last year went through to a 'busy' tone

Tax credit renewal packs being sent out, but phone lines are jammed

HMRC sends out first batch of tax credit renewal packs, but recipients furious to find helpline jammed

Reclaim Air Passenger Duty for under 12s

MoneySavingExpert.com explains how those who've already paid APD for flights after 1 May can reclaim up to 97

Got life insurance before March 1984? The price you pay may soon rise

Life insurance holders with policies taken out before 14 March 1984 could pay higher premiums from 6 April

Budget 2015: Annual self-assessment tax return to be scrapped in its current form

The annual self-assessment tax return is to be scrapped and replaced with a 'digital tax account' from early next year