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Self-employed need particular help in completing their tax affairs online
Company schemes offer risk-free share options for millions, but returns are not guaranteed
‘Antiquated’ student loan system costs graduates £45m in overpayments
Sections of the profession simmer at their critics but others accept that they need to engage
Budget restrictions mean fewer business owners qualify for capital gains tax break
Investment profits are not exempt from Tory plans, experts warn
Conservatives to continue efforts to counter avoidance and evasion
Experts say ministers will look for ways to reduce debt and curb spending cuts
It will be much harder to avoid additional rate of income tax than in 2010
How much do I owe the taxman?
Tapering off of personal allowance hits income of between £100,000 and £120,000
Proposals to take 95% of savers out of tax could spell the end for cash Isas
Accountancy firms and recruiters eagerly descend on Britain’s small businesses
Could my French husband reduce liabilities?
Criticism of slow progress and fears of digital exclusion undermine tax authority’s online transition
Tax professionals voice frustration with authority’s constraints on settling disputes
Drop in insolvencies helped by rise in individual voluntary arrangements
‘Transformational change’ for firm’s business as it takes on rivals in a crowded market
Ombudsman consulted over student accommodation fund
Tax authority criticised after letters querying taxpayer returns raise concerns
Full disposals are easy to work out, but partial ones more tricky
Chancellor’s measures on property, social investment relief and VCTs