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03 Dec 2021
Banks and building societies have been urged to consider changes to lending criteria to help so-called 'mortgage prisoners'.
02 Dec 2021
As part of its Tax Administration and Maintenance (TAM) Day, the government responded to a two-part review of capital gains tax (CGT) published by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS).
01 Dec 2021
The UK government has marked the inaugural Tax Administration and Maintenance (TAM) Day with the release of 30 papers covering a wide range of tax issues.
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