The amount of new money saved in cash ISAs has dropped by a third in the past year
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Two new tax breaks which were supposed to have applied to earnings from 6 April 2017 have been quietly axed
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The Government's proposing new penalties for those who are late filing their tax returns or paying their tax bill
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