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Self-Assessment: Be alert to potential scams

Self-Assessment customers, who are starting to think about their annual tax returns for the 2022 to 2023 tax year, should guard against being targeted by fraudsters, warns HMRC. Fraudsters target customers when they know they are more likely to be in contact...

Watch out for tax scams and fraudsters

Watch out for tax scams and fraudsters

Self Assessment customers, who are starting to think about their annual tax returns for the 2021 to 2022 tax year, should guard against being targeted by fraudsters, warns HMRC. There are plenty of fraudsters and scams around at this time, asking for personal...

Tax on Interest Earned in the UK

Tax on Interest Earned in the UK

Since 6 April 2016, banks and building societies are no longer required to deduct income tax from your interest before paying it to you. Instead, your interest is paid to you gross. With the changes, the Personal Saving Allowance was introduced as an addition to the...

How do Advance Tax Payments Work?

How do Advance Tax Payments Work?

Are you self-employed or have a business from which you earn dividends? If your UK tax bill is more than £1000 for a tax year and you pay less than 80% of your income tax at source i.e. salary income from which PAYE is deducted, HMRC will ask you to make advance tax...

How to Appeal a Self-Assessment Tax Penalty

How to Appeal a Self-Assessment Tax Penalty

Have you received a self-assessment tax penalty from HMRC and have reasonable grounds for an appeal? In this post we'll provide guidance on how to appeal your tax penalty. (Note: If you're a TaxDash user and you opt to pay the amounts outstanding instead of appealing,...

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