Fears raised over tax debt ‘bank raid’ Bill
Tax campaigners have raised concerns that safeguards for taxpayers from whose bank accounts HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) wishes to directly take money are not “watertight”.
Rents set to rise as Budget hits landlords
Almost two-third of landlords are considering raising rents as a result of summer Budget tax changes, research has found.
Self assessment warning over dividend changes
Changes to the way dividend income is taxed could drag people on lower incomes into self assessment and have implications for incorporation, tax experts have warned.
HMRC collects an extra £11.9bn
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) collected a record £517.7 billion in tax in 2014-15, £11.9 billion more than the previous year.
New start date for Tax-Free Childcare
The start date for a new government scheme offering help with childcare costs has been put back by more than a year.
Pension participation hits new high
Workplace pension participation has hit its highest level in a decade with young people among the biggest winners, new research has found.
Key sectors in red tape spotlight
The government has launched new reviews designed to slash red tape in five key industry sectors.