The best personal tax guide on the market - and the first on the market after the budget Everyone wants to pay as little tax as possible and no-one wants to run into trouble with the tax man. - a risk that the 9 million who have to complete self-assessment tax returns face every year if they fill in things wrongly or send in their return late. Fines for late returns run at about 2 million a year. Under Gordon Brown the tax system has become increasingly complicated, with many new changes introduced every year. Without help, it's difficult to keep up - and where tax is concerned, it pays to be on top of your affairs. This new tax guide, written in clear, non-technical and jargon-free English enables you to do just that by: Providing a complete run down on how the tax system works Advising you on how to plan your tax affairs efficiently Outlining all the latest budget changes and the effect they will have Showing you how to fill in your tax return Giving you 101 ways you can save tax
Jane Vass spent 10 years with Which? writing about personal finance and running the Consumers' Association's personal finance research group. She is now a freelance writer and consultant on personal finance matters. She has represented the consumer viewpoint on many committees set up to look at financial services and she has edited, written or contributed to many Which? books including the Which? Tax Saving Guide and other tax publications.