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Tories promise energy price cap and 'fair markets for consumers' as parties unveil manifestos

The Conservative Party has launched its General Election manifesto which includes a range of measures to help consumers

EE glitch blocks customers from filing tax returns on time – file ASAP to avoid a fine

A network blip meant some EE customers could not access their HMRC account to submit their self-assessment tax return

Have you filed your self-assessment tax return yet? You've got until 31 January

Time is running out for millions of taxpayers to file their online self-assessment tax return by the end of the month

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for your income tax

Chancellor Philip Hammond pledged to keep the tax-free personal allowance on track to reach £12,500 by 2020.

Budget 2016: Personal allowance tax threshold to rise to £11,500

The level at which people start to pay income tax will rise to £11,500 next April

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

Buy cheap stolen goods – plus other life hacks

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

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Grab cheap holiday cash, check tax, slash rail fares, uncover hidden bargains, find mortgage best buys and more

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

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

New loophole so you pay no income tax uncovered - but go quick

A loophole uncovered by MoneySavingExpert enables you to get out of paying any income tax on next year's earnings

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

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