Time is running out for millions of taxpayers to file their online self-assessment tax return by the end of the month
HMRC and Concentrix plunged tax credit claimants into 'humiliating hardship', Government report finds
Today the Work & Pensions Committee has published a report condemning Concentrix and HMRC for their "gross failure"
Concentrix claimants awarded up to £100 compensation – how to apply if your tax credits were wrongly cut
Concentrix claimants have been awarded up to £100 compensation – how to apply if your tax credits were wrongly cut
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HMRC has announced that it's ended its tax credits fraud contract with Concentrix with immediate effect
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One million couples have successfully claimed the Government's marriage tax allowance, but 4.2 million are eligible
Up to 95% of tax credit claimants who have appealed against Concentrix cutting payments have had the decision overturned
Tax credit claimants speak in Parliament with HM Revenue & Customs contractor Concentrix
Only if your entire tax credit claim was wrongly stopped by Concentrix you'll receive a lump sum repayment
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Around 2,000 appeals against tax credit cuts will be examined by HMRC after it axed the contractor Concentrix
Concentrix, the firm which checks people's entitlement to tax credits, won't have its contract extended beyond May 2017
If your child's still studying or starting approved training, tell HMRC or risk losing child tax credits and benefit
The Government's proposing new penalties for those who are late filing their tax returns or paying their tax bill
Current account 'rewards' may not be included in the Personal Savings Allowance - a new scheme reducing savings tax
Fraudsters pretending to be from HMRC are calling unsuspecting consumers – but you can fight back against these phoneys