Working tax credit entitlement is based on meeting certain working hour thresholds (16, 24 or 30 depending on your circumstances).
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has seen the closure of schools across the country.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group is highlighting that there is a lot of well-meaning but incorrect information about Statutory Sick Pay on the internet and it is impor
As a result of the coronavirus situation, people will be looking at their finances.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are now issuing PAYE coding notices (P2) for the next tax year 2020/21. Follow our guide to check yours.
HMRC's telephone lines are currently operating on reduced hours of 8am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, while they cope with the coronavirus outbreak.
Have you received an email or text message claiming to be from HMRC informing you of a tax rebate?
⚠️ This article was written on 16 March 2020. It is no longer up to date.
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