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HM Revenue & Customs 13h
There’s lots of Making Tax Digital help and support videos on our Youtube channel. For more information visit
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HM Revenue & Customs 16h
Think you’ve been underpaid the ? The first step towards getting back any money you are owed is to make a complaint. Making a complaint is easy and can be done online
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HM Revenue & Customs 21h
IMPORTANT: We will never ask for personal/payment information by text or email. Report scams
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HM Revenue & Customs May 20
If you work and receive Working Tax Credit or Universal Credit you can use to get an extra 50p for every £1 saved. Help to Save is a safe and secure way to get government support to start saving. Find out if you’re eligible at
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HM Revenue & Customs May 20
If your Child Benefit payment falls on the Bank Holiday, you may receive your payment earlier.
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HM Revenue & Customs May 20
Is the humble tomato a fruit or a veg? 🤔🍅
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HM Revenue & Customs May 20
Making a payment is quick and easy through your Business Account. Sign in today
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HM Revenue & Customs May 18
Today isn't just day, it’s also too! 🥃
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HM Revenue & Customs May 17
Have you got questions about third party Making Tax Digital software? Visit
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HM Revenue & Customs May 17
We are warning university students to be aware of scam emails about tax refunds. The scammers are using seemingly legitimate university email addresses to avoid detection. If you receive one of these emails DO NOT click on any links or contact for advice
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HM Revenue & Customs May 17
Do you need confirmation of your National Insurance number? You can get this by downloading the HMRC App or save / print a version via your Personal Tax Account
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HM Revenue & Customs May 17
The safest way to use HMRC’s online services is by going through You can find examples of genuine HMRC emails, SMS and digital services on
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HM Revenue & Customs May 16
You could get up to £2,000 per child, per year towards childcare costs. Don't miss out on Tax-Free Childcare. Visit our website to see if you're eligible
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HM Revenue & Customs May 16
HMRC has successfully challenged two arrangements under the Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes rules
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HM Revenue & Customs May 16
If your P60 statement shows your income is over £50,000 and you or your partner get Child Benefit you won’t have to pay the High Income Child Benefit Charge if you opt out from receiving the payments. Find out more
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HM Revenue & Customs May 16
Tax Facts provides a simple introduction to tax for young people & helps prepare their students for life after school
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HM Revenue & Customs May 15
If you work and receive Working Tax Credit or Universal Credit you can use to get an extra 50p for every £1 saved. Help to Save is a safe and secure way to get government support to start saving. Find out if you’re eligible at
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HM Revenue & Customs May 15
This check out Tax Facts, the free set of resources to teach young people about tax. For more information visit
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HM Revenue & Customs May 15
Do you offer work experience or internships? If so, you need to decide whether the applies. Read this guidance to help you understand the rules
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HM Revenue & Customs May 15
Even if your pay was below £50,000 check what taxable benefits were provided by your employer, as it counts as income, and you may be liable to High Income Child Benefit Charge. Use the calculator to work out how much you have to pay
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