2010 news

Published on 7 September 2010
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Taxpayers receiving tax calculations are in need of help – particularly if they show that they owe money to HMRC and cannot afford to pay for a tax adviser.

Published on 4 September 2010
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Over the next few weeks, millions of people who pay tax through PAYE will receive calculations from HMRC telling them they have either underpaid, or overpaid, tax for

Published on 26 August 2010
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In such times of austerity, it comes as no surprise that HMRC are going ahead with changes to their Enquiry Centre opening hours.

Published on 25 August 2010
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Most children do not have enough income in their own right to pay tax, so someone (usually a parent) can register to have interest paid on their accounts without tax d

Published on 6 August 2010
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In December 2005, without prior consultation, HMRC announced that their Enquiry Centres would no longer issue receipts for hand-delivered tax returns – a change

Published on 3 August 2010
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From 1 January 2011 National Minimum Wage regulations change, preventing low-paid workers from participating in travel and subsistence expenses ‘schemes’ u

Published on 19 July 2010
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By 31 July most people who receive tax credits must complete and return their renewal forms, or telephone the helpline and complete the process by phone.

Published on 15 July 2010
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The emergency budget set out several substantial changes to the tax credit system. Some are straightforward, others less so.

Published on 14 July 2010
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As the end of the school year approaches, students switch their attention from exams to the summer holiday fun ahead.

Published on 1 July 2010
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Across government pressure mounts to save costs. And as part of a review of frontline services, HMRC now propose to shorten helpline opening hours.