Tax changes refers to tax rates being updated, alterations to tax bands and amendments to income and family tax. Throughout the tax year systems are often adjusted which can mean it is your responsibility to ensure you’re always adhering to the latest tax rules.

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Buy-to-Let Boom

With the recent boom in buy-to-let mortgages and property sales, HMRC are clamping down on the estimated 900,000 landlords in the UK who have not registered for self-assessment to declare their profits.

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Boo! Don’t be spooked by Your Taxes this Halloween

We love the thrill of being scared and startled by ghosts, witches, and vampires, especially at Halloween. While many enjoy the fear and excitement associated with this horror-filled holiday, don't let your taxes and financial future bring such a fright this Halloween.

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Changes to PAYE and NIC

Be aware of the following changes to HMRC PAYE and NIC which take effect from 6 April 2013.

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The Big Tax Debate

The Big Tax Debate – Ricky Steedman was on the panel at the Edinburgh University “Bollocks to Poverty Society” Big Tax Debate.

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New Tax Year to Herald a Number of Changes

The beginning of the new tax year tomorrow will see significant changes to both tax and benefits in time in time for the beginning of the 2012/13 tax year.

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Reasonable Excuse Changes at HMRC

A rewrite of reasonable doubt policy for the late filing of self assessment tax returns seems imminent following a the opinion of a judge who may have influenced the HMRC stance on penalties.

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Australian MPs Pass Carbon Tax

This article in the Guardian explores the implications and political fallout from the introduction of the carbon tax.

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Short Term Tax Cuts Ruled Out

Chancellor George Osborne has ruled out tax cuts until the government are in a position to do so, he told delegates at the Conservative Party conference.

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Tax cuts impossible says Prime Minister

As the government presses ahead with its deficit reduction strategy, Prime Minister David Cameron has ruled out significant tax cuts.

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Millions Wasted in Public Spending

Hundreds of millions of pounds can be saved in public spending according to Sir Philip Green, a billionaire businessman who recently scrutinised the government’s books.

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