Five key dates to tell clients about this year

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This year is packed full of regulatory change you and your clients might need to discuss. Below are the dates of the top changes affecting your customers.

31 January Self-assessment tax deadline Self-employed people must file their tax returns online and pay any outstanding tax for the year ending April 2011 by 31 January. The deadline for paper returns was 31 October 2011. 21 March The Budget The yearly raft of changes usually has something that affects everyone in it, from changes to income tax levels and benefits uprating to how much more we will all pay for a pint. The Budget is always worth keeping an eye on. 5 April A pair of pension changes (1) Fixed protection application deadline In the next tax year the government will ...

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