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05 Sep 2022
HMRC has published more details on how Making Tax Digital for Income Tax (MTD for IT) will work for buy-to-let landlords and sole traders with qualifying income over £10,000.
Average household energy bills will rise to £3,549 in October following the decision of energy regulator Ofgem to raise the price cap.
The Treasury Committee has urged the government to provide assurance that it is not 'flying blind' into a potential Emergency Budget this September.