Capital gains tax raised £16.7 billion in 2021/22, according to HMRC – a 15% increase over the previous year. But what lies behind these statistics?
With a general election less than 18 months away, thoughts are turning towards the potential policies of a new occupant of 11 Downing Street.
New income tax statistics from HMRC appear to be good news, but the numbers are not what they seem.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently announced a plan for tougher regulations of cryptoassets, such as Bitcoin.
A parliamentary committee has been examining efforts to simplify tax, but progress is still a long way off.
The recent problems in the banking world have raised questions around the current maximum protection for bank deposits: is it overdue for an increase?
If you are self-employed, the new tax year may be longer than you think.
Figures released alongside the Budget have highlighted a projected surge in the number of people who will pay more than the basic rate of tax.
The Budget announced three important changes to childcare provisions in England, but one trap remains.
The new tax year starts on 6 April, heralding a raft of changes that will make an early tax review of the year ahead a wise move.