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The Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales became responsible for some of the taxes paid in Wales in April 2018.
The new Help to Save tool in the HMRC app lets savers set goals and personal reminders.
As the deadline approaches for submitting returns and paying tax for 2017 to 2018, HMRC reveals some of the most bizarre excuses it has received for not paying on time.
A new government service allowing start-ups to jointly register their company and register for tax has been used 200,000 times.
The Chancellor has written to thank the OTS and respond to its review on simplifying tax relief for fixed assets.
More than 5.5 million taxpayers need to complete their return for the tax year 2017 to 2018 before the deadline of 31 January 2019.
More than 10,000 Self Assessment returns were filed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
New ways to stimulate retirement saving among Britain’s 4.8 million self-employed will be developed and tested under plans unveiled today (18 December 2018).
The Chancellor has written to thank the OTS for its recently published report on Inheritance Tax simplification
HMRC letters to VAT-registered businesses only trading with the EU that explain changes to customs, excise and VAT in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Rules introduced to prevent manipulation of the system take effect today.
Workers can claim a rebate on their expenses and get and an early present from HMRC.
Advice to Mrs Nicola Blackwood-Bate, former Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Innovation at the Department of Health, on business appointments after leaving Crown service.
Leicester taxi driver has had his bankruptcy restrictions extended by nine years after he gifted property to family members to avoid paying creditors.
Soft drinks manufacturers and traders have paid an extra £153.8 million in tax since April, statistics published by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reveal.
November 2018 saw the Insolvency Service grant its 250,000 Debt Relief Order, providing a low cost debt relief solution to a quarter of a million people.
Today launches ‘Purple Tuesday’, the UK’s first accessible shopping day, organised by the disability organisation ‘Purple’.
HM Revenue and Customs is reminding taxpayers, during Talk Money Week, how it can provide them with financial support.
Research commissioned to look at the practice of retailers targeting online shoppers
High Income Child Benefit Charge cases will be reviewed where a 'Failure to Notify' penalty was issued for certain tax years.
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