income tax

Furlough, Universal Credit, tax rises – here are the key announcements from the chancellor's speech.
Furlough scheme extended, 95% mortgages and a tax hike for big business. Here's what we know so far.
Exclusive: Labour leader says that he is not ditching his campaign pledge and may be even "bolder".
President Trump paid only $750 in income tax in the year he was elected president, according to a bombshell report by the New York Times. The investigation by the newspaper also revealed he had not paid taxes in 10 of the 15 years they obtained records for, with his businesses taking on substantial loans and suffering massive losses.
The bombshell report detailed the president’s large debt and his increased reliance on controversial businesses he’s refused to divest.
"Good luck properly ending austerity and doing this."
Labour will not stand in the way of more income for low and middle earners - but we must concentrate our efforts on ensuring a fair tax system
And we're still waiting for the President's tax returns.
The public - including two-thirds of Tory voters - would be up for adding a penny to income tax to help our health service
As the Chancellor weighs up how to pay for a £20bn cash injection
Whilst there is a heap of evidence to suggest that NIT would ensure a basic standard of living for all people, it would also drastically streamline the gargantuan complexities of the UK's tax system and the costly administration that accompanies it.
In a chaotic world of dividing political views and rising inequality, it comes as no surprise that the term universal basic income has been thrown around incessantly in an attempt to see it as the missing 'cure' to the mess in some of the world's leading economies.
I do wish Jeremy Corbyn would engage his brain before talking... A wages cap not only could not work, but also misses the target. That makes it very poor policy indeed.
Nigel Farage's flagship tax pledge, promising to cut the rate of tax for higher earners to 35p, will actually help the richest
The World Cup was on and two things happened. Before I knew it I'd missed the deadline. My budgie was sick. He chewed on the only pen I had in the house and he died of ink poison. I didn't have anything to put him in for his burial so I just used your envelope you sent me and you got it ... the self-assessment form was in the envelope.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to raise the income tax personal allowance to at least £12,500 in manifesto plans announced
Labour has dismissed suggestions by David Cameron that he wants to increase the 40p tax threshold as "vague talk of jam tomorrow
My heart lifted as I read Monday's reports that the Government may consider merging Employees' National Insurance and Income Tax. If the Chancellor is strongly considering this idea, he will enjoy widespread backing from Conservative MPs, activists and supporters.
George Osborne could merge income tax and national insurance if the Tories are re-elected at the next general election. In