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07 Jan 2023
The Treasury has announced that Making Tax Digital for income tax self assessment (MTD for ITSA) will be delayed for two more years until April 2026.
Tax non-compliance during the pandemic cost the UK government £9 billion, according to a report from the National Audit Office (NAO).
The Mortgage Guarantee Scheme will be extended by a year to the end of December 2023, helping people with 5% deposits on to the property ladder, the UK government has announced.