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Tax payment nightmare rolls on

Tax payment nightmare rolls on
The Telegraph disclosed how Colin Jones was one of up to a thousand people double-charged when paying tax bills last week. Now he's been double refunded. When Colin Jones went to pay his tax bill, he had no idea how much trouble it would cause him. Mr Jones, 59, an insurance broker from Leicestershire, had almost £20,000 ... Full story

Don’t miss the self-assessment tax deadline

Don't miss the self-assessment tax deadline
HMRC has warned the 2.5 million taxpayers yet to complete their tax returns not to miss next week’s deadline, as one Telegraph reader revealed his four-year battle against the tax authorities – which has left him facing fines of more than £1,500. The deadline to complete your tax return is January 31, with individual taxpayers facing ... Full story

Landlord’s list of 31 bizarre rules for tenants

Landlord's list of 31 bizarre rules for tenants
A prospective tenant who was looking for a flat posted a list of house rules online. A househunter who was looking for a room to rent was shocked when the landlord handed her a list of 31 house rules. The instructions included fines of £100 for using additional heaters in bedrooms and £15 if a tenant left ... Full story

Halifax customers eye compensation payments

Halifax customers eye compensation payments
Thousands of Halifax customers could be able to claim compensation after the bank forgot to tell them that it was raising the price of its most expensive account, an omission that broke regulatory rules. The company has written to a "low single-digit percentage" of the million customers who hold its Ultimate Reward account, apologising because it ... Full story

Halifax customers eye compensation payments

Halifax customers eye compensation payments
Thousands of Halifax customers could be able to claim compensation after the bank forgot to tell them that it was raising the price of its most expensive account, an omission that broke regulatory rules. The company has written to a "low single-digit percentage" of the million customers who hold its Ultimate Reward account, apologising because it ... Full story

Savvy supermarket shopper: Christmas food and wine bargains

Savvy supermarket shopper: Christmas food and wine bargains
Supermarkets want your custom over Christmas and are offering some steep price cuts. Here are some of the best bargains. Christmas is traditionally a time for "trading up" when it comes to our food purchases – with many people choosing to do their Christmas and New Year shopping at a store that they perceive as offering ... Full story

The Christmas gifts that carry on growing

The Christmas gifts that carry on growing
A Junior Isa or child's deposit account won't lie forgotten this time next year and could even encourage the savings habit. Banks and building societies could be accused of being Scrooge-like this Christmas as the returns on many children's accounts have been squeezed. New research seen by The Telegraph shows that the interest rates paid on the ... Full story

Inheritance tax receipts rise by 7pc

Inheritance tax receipts rise by 7pc
Inheritance tax receipts jumped by 7pc last year to almost £3bn, figures from HM Revenue & Customs show. The taxman took £2.91bn from IHT in 2011/12, compared with £2.72bn in 2010/11. The number of individuals paying IHT also rose, with 20,000 paying the tax this year compared with 17,000 last year. Under the rules, families are liable ... Full story

Taxman warns parents of impending cut to Child Benefit

Taxman warns parents of impending cut to Child Benefit
Higher earning parents have just one month left until the Treasury begins to claw back Child Benefit. Parents have just one month left to determine how the changes to Child Benefit will affect them, the Treasury warned today. HMRC has sent out letters to all those who benefit from Child Benefit explaining what their options are. More ... Full story

Google UK boss Matt Brittin fights back over tax payments

Google UK boss Matt Brittin fights back over tax payments
Google's boss in Britain has defended the technology giant after politicians attacked foreign companies for trying to cheat the system with their tax practices. Matt Brittin said it was down to politicians to legislate if they wanted to force change as he fought back against suggestions that multinationals are "immoral". The Google boss said that while he ... Full story
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