Scottish budget: Higher earners to pay more tax and benefits to rise by 10.1% – what the changes mean for you
Deputy first minister John Swinney has announced major income tax rises for higher earners in Scotland from April next year.
15 December 2022
Warning: Filing a paper self-assessment tax return? You must act NOW to avoid a £100 fine
If you're submitting a paper version of the self-assessment tax return, then the deadline to file is just days away, on 31 October. And if the tax office receives it later than this Sunday you will liable for a £100 fine.
25 October 2022
Chancellor's emergency fiscal budget – Jeremy Hunt scales back energy support and reverses tax reforms: Here's what you need to know
New Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has reversed a host of tax reforms and drastically scaled back energy help previously announced in September's mini-budget.
18 October 2022
Top 45% rate of income tax will remain in place, as Government U-turns on plans to scrap it
The change means those earning above £150,000 will continue to pay a higher marginal rate of tax, as they do now.
3 October 2022
Mini-budget 2022: Income tax to be cut for millions from April – what it means for you
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has announced big tax cuts for individuals and businesses including a major shake-up to income tax.
23 September 2022
Budget 2021: Income tax thresholds frozen – meaning many will pay more
Income tax thresholds are to rise from April 2022 and then be frozen for a further fours years until April 2026, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed
3 March 2021
Filing a self-assessment tax return? You've got until 31 January
If you're one of the millions of taxpayers still to file their self-assessment tax return, you've less than a month until the deadline. Act NOW to avoid a £100 fine - especially if you're filing for the first time, as it could take up to 10 working days to receive an activation code
3 January 2019
Budget 2018: Most to pay less income tax from April
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced the personal allowance for income tax will be increased from £11,850 to £12,500 from April 2019, while the threshold at which you pay a higher rate of income tax will rise from £46,350 to £50,000
30 October 2018
Budget 2018: What you need to know, incl changes to tax, benefits, Premium Bonds & more
Read our full round-up of the Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2018 Budget
30 October 2018
Missed the self-assessment tax deadline? Here's what you need to know
The deadline for filing your self-assessment tax return and paying your bill for the 2016/17 tax year was 31 Jan
2 February 2018
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