Who will win the general election? And what will it mean for you and your money? John Stepek and Matthew Partridge report.
David Cameron’s proposal to reduce inheritance tax on many properties is controversial. But does the way we tax inherited wealth need an overhaul anyway? Simon Wilson reports.
Given the state of Britain’s finances, you might think Osborne’s cut to the lifetime allowance is reasonable, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It isn’t.
George Osborne has laid his cards on the table with his final Budget of this government. John Stepek explains what that means for your money.
Kam Patel looks over the pre-election sweeties the chancellor handed out in his last Budget before the election.
Chancellor George Osborne is making his annual statement on the Budget today at 12:30 in the House of Commons. Follow the latest developments here.
Pensioners desperate to hoard every last penny from the taxman should consider retiring to Portugal. Merryn Somerset Webb explains why.
Wednesday’s Budget is George Osborne’s last chance to impress the voters before the general election. Here, John Stepek looks at nine things to look out for.
Britain is growing – but the tax take isn’t. Why not? And what does it portend? James Ferguson reports.
Dividend tax rules can appear among the most daunting, says Cris Sholto Heaton. But the upshot of many of these rules are simpler than you think.
President Obama wants America to clamp down on businesses avoiding their taxes. Can he succeed? And how big a problem is it anyway? Matthew Partridge reports.
Ever more funds have started to publish their ‘active share’ scores. Merryn Somerset Webb explains why that’s great news for investors.
The annual self-assessment deadline is once again upon us. Matthew Partridge offers some tips for making your tax return pain-free.
George Osborne has come up with some clever ways to hobble inheritance tax, says Merryn Somserset Webb.
Stamp duty changes in the Autumn Statement haven’t made houses more affordable, says John Stepek. But it’ll go down well with voters.