Our research reveals that some people spend an entire working day on their tax returns. As the 31 January deadline looms, are you turning your tax return into an unnecessary ordeal?
Navigating your way through the probate process can be daunting, especially when you’re grieving the death of a loved one. But with a little bit of guidance, you can do it without the need for a solicitor. (more on probate…)
There’s just over a fortnight before the 31 January deadline for filing your 2015/16 tax return and paying any money you owe. But if you’re finding it tricky, don’t panic – help is at hand. (more on filing a tax return…)
You’ve received a text or email from ‘HMRC’ telling you you’re due a tax refund. It may look legitimate, but chances are it’s a scam.
Following a Which? investigation into state pension forecasts it’s clear to us that the Department for Work and Pensions still has improvements to make. (more on state pension forecasts…)
£97m is the estimated cost to callers trying to get through to HM Revenue & Customs for tax help and advice last year. Is it acceptable? We think not.
January 31st (yes, that’s this Sunday) is the last day to submit your 2015 self-assessment tax return. Have you cut it fine this year? Don’t worry, all is not lost…
As the deadline for self-assessment tax returns looms we embarked on our annual check-up on HMRC helpline waiting times. The results are in, and it looks like lengthy waits could be in store for you.
You’re still facing long waiting times and having your call cut off when phoning Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs – that’s clear from the stories you’ve told us. So we’re starting a poll to find out how long you’ve waited.
Have you been exposed to a scam? Our new research shows over half of you have. So with tax return deadlines looming, it’s worth brushing up on how to steer clear…
It’s true that Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs gets a lot of calls (60m a year) but, even so, our findings paint a less than flattering picture. Have you been left hanging on the phone by HMRC?
Are you one of the 10m people who have to complete their self-assessment tax return? According to HMRC, around 1,500 committed people actually submitted their tax return on Christmas Day!
HM Revenue & Customs is reducing penalties for people who come clean on their tax returns. So if you haven’t sent off your historic tax returns, now’s the time to do it. Have you ever missed the deadline?
It seems that the British public are getting better at filing their tax returns online. But when the tables are turned, and we’re due a rebate from HMRC, is the tax man letting us down?