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?
Scotland’s Finance Secretary delivers his draft Budget on Thursday 14 December. We predict what might be announced, based on Nicola Sturgeon’s proposals – will you be affected if we’re right?
The Chancellor has given his first Spring Budget today and maybe, as expected, we’re left waiting for his Autumn Budget to see any big changes. So what do you make of the announcements?
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.
£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.
We recently debated the changes to car tax, which come into force from April 2017. A number of you weren’t so keen on the changes…
New Vehicle Excise Duty rules come into effect a year from today. Better known as car tax, the new rules will appear to some hybrid car owners as a cringe worthy April Fools’ piece.
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.
If you were in the wrong band for council tax would you need to pay a company to reclaim the refund? No – but scammers would convince you otherwise.
You’d think calling your bank to talk about your savings would prove fruitful, but Britain’s biggest banks showed a woeful lack of up to date knowledge about tax on savings in our investigation.
This afternoon, the Chancellor delivered his second Budget speech of 2015 – and the first of a wholly Conservative government for nearly 20 years. So what is in it and how will it affect you?