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A future Conservative government will increase the personal allowance to £12,500 and the higher rate threshold to £50,000 by 2020, David Cameron has announced.


A client's wife passed away about a year ago or so.  Her will has set up her estate that any capital property belongs to her children, but the income from that property belongs to


About 320,000 people who retire with defined contribution pension savings each year will no longer have to worry about their pension savings being taxed at 55% on death,


In light of the recent “No” vote from Scotland it is worth looking at the devolved tax powers Scotland are due to receive under previous agreements.

The Scotland Act 2012

HM Revenue & Customs have announced the targets of their latest Task Force.


Tax unattended to is a recipe for disaster.  Peter Figg vs Commissioners for HMRC presents a sorry tale of taxpayer woe!

Oliver Letwin the other day returned to the theme of a flat tax.


My father died without filing any tax returns for a number of years due to ill health.

He died in 2010 and have just received a tax return for 2009/10 in July 2014.


In the first in a series of AccountingWEB articles summarising the key measures in