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From 6 April 2026, people with yearly trading/property income over £50,000 must move to a digital system to record and declare information.

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From 6 April, the partial repayment threshold for High Income Child Benefit charge will rise from £50,000 to £60,000.

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Read our summary of the Spring Budget 2024, with changes to National Insurance, Child Benefit and second homes…

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From January 2025, digital platforms such as eBay, Airbnb, Etsy and Vinted will have to routinely collect and report sellers’ income to HMRC.

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These are relevant dates and potential penalties for self-assessment returns, alongside possible options if you can’t meet the deadlines.

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Many parents and carers will be feeling the squeeze in the cost-of-living crisis. Here are some things you may wish to consider…

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Whilst marriages and civil partnerships are about love and finding your life partner, it’s worth being aware of the tax implications involved. It’s not all roses. This article specifically outlines some of the affects on Inheritance Tax that are associated with these legal partnerships.

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As a result of ‘administrative discrepancies’ by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), mothers may have been underpaid around £1bn in state pension. This has occurred due to information missing from the national insurance (NI) records.

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In an attempt to slow price rises, the Bank of England has increased interest rates for the thirteenth consecutive time to 5%, the highest in almost 15 years.

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The new tax year has begun; this means we can now submit your tax return for the year ending 5 April 2023. The final deadline may seem a way off, but submitting as early as possible is always preferable, so you are aware of any tax liabilities in good time. Here’s a checklist of things you may wish to consider.

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Keeping consistent track of your finances can be complex. Check out or QuickBooks discounts, up to 42% off…

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After April 5 2025, you’ll only be able to fill National Insurance gaps going back 6 tax years, so if you have many years missing on your record, you should start considering what you can do about this.

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