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Hey, what’s happened to my pay?
At the end of April 2022, people have looked at their payslips and wondered what has happened to the amount they receive after deductions
With a week to go it’s time to get your tax affairs in order
With the end of the tax year approaching it’s time to get your tax affairs in order, claiming what you're allowed and making provisions.
June Tax Receipts up £90.5 billion on last year
Total tax receipts remain very strong and are up by £90.5 billion. But what are the possible reasons for the increase?
Mini Autumn Budget 2022: Chancellors’ winners and losers
High earners will benefit most from today's mini budget announcement
HMRC tax receipts surge by over 16% in the last year. Could the Chancellor do more?
HMRCs receipts in the last 12 months are up 16.32% on the previous year, buoyed by increases across VAT, Income Tax, and Corporation Tax.
Get your tax return in by 30 December and you could receive a cash flow benefit
Self assessment tax payers are facing the 31 January tax bill but a cash flow benefit can be achieved by getting your tax return in early.
Healthy figures for “Sugar tax” that could help schools
The second quarter’s results of the 'Sugar tax' have been published by HMRC, showing a 50% increase from the previous quarter’s receipts.
General Election 2019: Liberal Democrats manifesto commentary
Our experts react to the Liberal Democrats' 2019 General Election manifesto, released earlier today.
HMRC sends out “nudge” letters to check on UK residency
HMRC are sending out letters to overseas individuals living and working in the UK to establish whether they are resident in the country.
September tax take higher than last year
Recently released statistics show that HMRC’s total tax receipts for a single month are higher than they were last year, says Paul Haywood-Schiefer.
HMRC begins to feel coronavirus effects
Statistics released this morning show that the total receipts of HMRC in the 2019/20 tax year were up 2.3% from the receipts of previous (2018/19) tax