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Savers abandon cash ISAs in wake of new tax rules

The amount of new money saved in cash ISAs has dropped by a third in the past year

Midnight deadline to register to vote in the general election

Want to vote in next month's general election but not yet on the electoral roll? You have to register by 11.59pm Mon.

Government drops £1,000 tax breaks for online sellers and room renters - for now

Two new tax breaks which were supposed to have applied to earnings from 6 April 2017 have been quietly axed

Drivers of older cars in central London to pay £24-a-day fee - what new anti-pollution charges mean for you

Owners of the most polluting cars will have to shell out up to £24 a day to drive in central London from 2019

New car buyers gear up for tax changes - what it means for you

Owners of new cars face shelling out more in tax once revised vehicle excise duty bands are introduced tomorrow

National insurance hike for self-employed axed in Budget U-turn

Plans to raise national insurance rates payable by the self-employed have been scrapped by Chancellor Philip Hammond

Budget 2017: Smokers to be hit by new 'floor price' tax on cigarette packs

No change to previously planned alcohol and tobacco duty rises - but an effective floor price on cigarette packs is set

U-turn on training tax refunds for NHS psychologists

HMRC has halted tax payouts to clinical psychologists after deciding they AREN'T covered by special reclaim rules

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

10,000s of NHS staff facing tax reclaim chaos

More than 16,000 NHS workers who overpaid tax and national insurance while training have applied for a refund

3.2 million couples eligible for HMRC tax perk worth up to £432 are missing out – here's how you can claim

One million couples have successfully claimed the Government's marriage tax allowance, but 4.2 million are eligible

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