For many people, getting your finances in check is a New Year’s resolution that has foundered around this point as summer starts and there are better things to do than wade through old bank statements. But 2020 is no ordinary year. For many of us, the coronavirus crisis has changed the way we work, how much we earn and the value of our financial assets. This has big implications for how much tax we owe and what allowances and benefits we’re entitled to use. Tim Snaith comments in an article featured in Yahoo Finance.