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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

Summer Budget 2015: 'Road tax' rates to change for new car owners

'Road tax' rates are to be shaken up for new cars from 2017, while a new 'Roads Fund' is to be established in England

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

Summer Budget 2015: Income taxes to be cut

The Chancellor is to bring forward planned increases to both the personal allowance and the higher rate tax thresholds

Tax-Free Childcare scheme delayed until 2017

Parents waiting for the Government's new Tax-Free Childcare scheme to launch this autumn will now have to wait till 2017

Buy cheap stolen goods – plus other life hacks

Here are our fifteen weird, wonderful, powerful (and of course legal) ways to save money

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

Queen's Speech 2015: Taxes to be frozen for five years

Measures to ban income tax, VAT and national insurance rises over the next five years have been announced by the Queen

15 life hacks fight to be your ultimate MoneySaver

What'll triumph in the battle of the savers? The contenders: a year's 2for1 films, Easyjet refund, 16 years free music

It's the start of the new financial year: Here's what's changing

From today a host of changes take force, including new pension freedoms, new ISA allowances and new tax rates

Passengers will pay less tax on long-haul flights from today

The tax passengers pay on long haul flights has fallen today, although those on medium length flights will pay more

11 ways to beat new tax year changes: Act now and you can gain £1,000s

Massive changes are afoot both for the new tax year and many parts of the public sector change their prices then too