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More than three-quarters of women in the UK (77%) have no idea about how much pension money they will need in order to have a comfortable retirement, while seven out of ten do not know if they have enough to stop working. A study conducted by Good...
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Around one in six people in the UK may have paid more to HM Revenue and Customs than they needed to due to making errors in their self-assessment tax returns. A study by Which? found that 16% of people said they had made a mistake on their return that...
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Many people approaching pension age may risk exhausting their wealth by failing to buy a suitable annuity because they underestimate how long they will need to draw an income once they retire. Research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned...
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Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed a deal with a Spanish court that will see him pay an €18.8 million (£16.6 million) fine after admitting to tax evasion.  The deal, agreed in advance with prosecutors, also includes a 23-month...
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The Insolvency Service has urged people to be wary of pension scams, after revealing almost 3,750 people have been targeted by companies closed down for pension misuse since 2015. It has applied for winding up orders for 24 companies after they were found to...
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Anyone considering making voluntary contributions to National Insurance (NI) in order to fill in gaps in their contribution record in order to boost their state pension should do so before April 6th in order to take advantage of favourable rates, pensions...
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The government has finalised the date on which changes to benefits for mixed age couples will come into force. From May 15th the system is changing so that for mixed age couples, the transition from working age benefits to pension age benefits takes places...
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It is not too late to act for people who have yet to fill in their online tax return ahead of the January 31st deadline, but they should seek help if they are struggling to complete the form otherwise they will be fined, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group...
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HM Revenue and Customs is launching a crackdown on international firms attempting to dodge the Diverted Profits Tax (DPT). It has offered an amnesty via its 'profit diversion compliance facility' to companies that are liable for the tax to pay up now...
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Taxpayers who could find they are liable for tax charges on child benefit have been advised to take action swiftly to ensure they have notified HM Revenue and Customs to avoid being hit with a penalty charge. The tax system now recoups some of the benefit...