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How to avoid the tax traps

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Millions of us give too much money to the taxman. Here’s how to keep hold of a greater chunk of your cash

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Is a graduate tax a good idea?

Confused.com author Stephen Jones

As business secretary Vince Cable announces potential changes to the way university is paid for, Confused.com’s Stephen Jones asks whether the changes will work and, more importantly, if they’re fair.

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Don’t get caught by showroom tax

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As yet another tax hits Britain's beleagured drivers, Honest John.co.uk's Dan Harrison tells Confused.com how car buyers can beat the taxman...

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The Robin Hood tax – What is it? Who’s behind it? Who’s against it?

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With all the talk in the town being of a tax on Britain's financial institutions, Confused.com wonders: What's it all about?

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Weigh up the costs when choosing a new car

A brand new car

When it comes to buying a new set of wheels, most of us will spend hours deliberating over the make and model before signing on the dotted line.

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Fiscal tips and Alistair

Confused.com author Carl Chamber

As promised, VAT will go back up in the New Year - but did we feel the full benefit anyway? Confused.com's Carl Chambers shares his views..

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UK car tax bands explained

A brand new car

In those smoggy old days when the environment wasn’t such an issue, drivers coughed up a flat-rate car tax, regardless of a vehicle’s emissions. But things began to change with the 1999 Budget, which announced a lower rate for cars with engines up to 1100 cc, as they, in general, had less of an impact on climate change.

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Confused.com guide to van tax

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There’s no getting around it, put the words van and tax together and you’ve got a subject matter that can send even the greatest motoring enthusiast to sleep.

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