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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

Torn between easy-access and fixed cash ISAs? More providers now let you open both

MoneySavingExpert.com explains how you can split your cash between easy-access and fixed cash ISAs

Couples now able to register to shift unused tax allowance between spouses

Married couples and those in civil partnerships can now register for a tax break, which could help them save up to £212

Single parents sent 'threatening' letters asking for proof they live alone

Single parents have been sent tax credit letters from Concentrix which some say are "threatening" and "upsetting"

Shopping outside the EU this Christmas? Beware of hidden fees

If you're looking for a bargain Christmas gift abroad make sure you factor in customs duty and VAT, warns HMRC

New tax breakdowns to be sent out

From today millions of people will receive their first annual tax statement setting out how their money's spent

Living Wage set to rise next year

The estimated 35,000 workers receiving the Living Wage will get a boost next year when it increases by 20p/hour to £7.85

HMRC admits calculations may be wrong for some who over or underpaid tax

If you're one of five million people who overpaid or underpaid 2013/14 tax, you could have paid the wrong amount

Tax credits deadline extended - but you still need to renew

If you receive tax credits, you've only have a few days left to renew them, so do it now or your payments could stop

Millions to repay tax after HMRC errors

HMRC mistakes left an estimated 5.5 million underpaying or overpaying their tax through PAYE in 2013-14