Government to reveal how taxpayers' bills are spent
Every taxpayer is to receive a personal statement spelling out what the Government is spending their tax on
20 March 2012
Two days' grace for self assessment taxpayers to avoid a fine
Self assessment taxpayers have been given longer to escape a £100 fine for filing their return late
26 January 2012
Hurry to avoid a £100 self assessment tax fine
Almost a million taxpayers risk a £100 for filing their self assessment tax return late, if they fail to act soon
10 January 2012
Over a million to be told they owe more tax
More than one million owe cash after more tax errors were found. Millions others will get rebates
19 October 2011
Students can claim overpaid tax from summer jobs now
Students have been reminded to check payslips to see if they can reclaim cash from the taxman
30 September 2011
900,000 to get minimum wage rise
900,000 workers will get a pay rise when the minimum wage breaks through the £6-an-hour barrier this weekend
29 September 2011
Millions more forced to pay £100s in tax underpayments
Miscalculations emerge for 2010/11 tax year, meaning misery for 1.2m who now owe underpaid tax
29 June 2011
The great tax overhaul: are you a winner or loser?
Today marks the start of the new financial year, and with it, an overhaul of the tax system which means workers' take-home in April will change
6 April 2011
Tax shake-up brings current account boost
Tomorrow's new 2011/12 tax year shake-up means consumers don't have to earn as much to get a top current account
5 April 2011
Pensioners hit by further HMRC tax code errors
146,000 pensioners underpaid tax in the current 2010/11 financial year, which HMRC wants repaid
29 March 2011
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