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Published on 27 March 2024

Time is running out to claim 2019/20 tax refunds

In some situations, you need to actively claim a tax refund if one is due to you. These include refunds that relate to claims for the marriage allowance, tax relief on job-related expenses, and payment protection insurance (PPI) pay-outs where too much tax has been withheld at source. For refunds re...

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Published on 22 March 2024

The side hustle tax challenge

The beginning of 2024 saw much confusion over how so-called ‘side hustles’ are taxed. This was prompted by the introduction of new reporting rules for online platforms, which mean HMRC will get information about online sales of goods and services from next year.So where did the confusion come f...

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Published on 20 March 2024

HMRC helplines - Institute welcomes halting of cuts

The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and its Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) have welcomed today’s announcement1 by HMRC that they will be putting planned helpline closures on hold while they consider how best to help taxpayers harness online services....

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