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More than 5 million customers are using HMRC’s Personal Tax Account
The Personal Tax Account (PTA) was launched in December 2015 and gives customers a one-stop shop for all of their tax information. It gives customers the flexibility to access HMRC’s services at a time that suits them as the service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.http://ow.ly/tDI2305H6lV

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The Great British High Street competition has revealed the nation’s best high streets
The Great British High Street competition has today (18 October 2016) revealed the nation’s best high streets. Twenty-seven finalists now have the chance to impress an expert judging panel and battle it out in a public vote to be crowned Britain’s best.
Winners in each category will not only get a share of prize pot worth £100,000, but they’ll also receive expert training from Google’s digital taskforce for shops, bars and restaurants and a trip to Twitter UK’s London office to boost their social media skills.
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Rush to sell off UK bonds amid inflation fear.
British government bond prices have fallen back to their pre-referendum level, as worries over inflation and the post-Brexit economy mean investors are demanding a higher rate of interest in exchange for lending to the UK.
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QUESTION: I have read about the proposed changes the government are making to tax. What is happening and when?
ANSWER: Based on HMRC's current proposals, by 2020 most businesses, self-employed people and landlords will be required to keep their records digitally and to provide regular updates to HMRC. The requirements are to be phased in so that income tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) will be brought within the new regime from April 2018, VAT from April 2019 and corporation tax from April 2020.
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Hundreds of British TV stars are being investigated over potential tax avoidance.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry.
The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks to send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
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Hundreds of British TV stars are being investigated over potential tax avoidance.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry.
The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks to send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
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Hundreds of British TV stars are being investigated over potential tax avoidance.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry.
The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks to send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
http://ow.ly/blc7305fmxK

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Hundreds of British TV stars are being investigated over potential tax avoidance.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry.
The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks to send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
http://ow.ly/blc7305fmxK

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Hundreds of British TV stars are being investigated over potential tax avoidance.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry.
The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks to send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
http://ow.ly/blc7305fmxK

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100 Financial Centres Start Swapping Tax Data
Expats who have money or assets outside Britain can expect to start receiving letters from the UK tax man soon.
Hundreds of thousands of letters are being drafted for expats who have returned to the country after spells abroad and for expats considered UK taxpayers who have had overseas assignments.
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