2010 news

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.

Published on 22 June 2010
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The new Chancellor today unveiled his Emergency Budget and tried to make the pain of cuts and tax rises as small as possible for those on low incomes.

Published on 16 June 2010
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Disabled people who take up the option of an individual budget which they then choose to spend according to their needs can get caught up in the tax system, for exampl

Published on 10 June 2010
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HMRC have been cutting back on their face to face service for several years now with the result that we are left with ever fewer Enquiry Centres.

Published on 4 June 2010
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There are a number of reasons why you might pay too much tax and have to claim a refund.

Published on 17 May 2010
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HMRC’s powers in relation to dealing with mistakes or fraud by taxpayers have been undergoing changes for some time now, many of which are explained in their ‘complian

Published on 13 May 2010
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Allowing travel expenses against income is a difficult area generally, but particularly for the low-paid due to the interactions of tax, National Insurance, National M

Published on 12 May 2010
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One of the subjects for the negotiations in the coalition talks between the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative party has been an increase in personal allowances fo

Published on 29 April 2010
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At the end of 2009, campaigns were launched to save the tax advantages of childcare voucher schemes.

Published on 26 April 2010
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