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Six tips for filing your tax return to qualify for the self-employed income support scheme

Six tips for filing your tax return to qualify for the self-employed income support scheme

Which? has put together six tips to help you file your online tax return for 2018-19 in time so you can benefit from the government's self-employed income support scheme.

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Nationwide to slash current account interest to 2%: what does it mean for your money?

Nationwide to slash current account interest to 2%: what does it mean for your money?

Nationwide is reducing the current account interest rate on its flagship FlexDirect account to 2% from 5%. Which? explains what this means for your money.

Four changes to self-employed tax coming in the 2020-21 tax year

Four changes to self-employed tax coming in the 2020-21 tax year

Which? has put together some key changes to help you see how self-employed tax bills could change in the 2020-21 tax year.

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Government agrees to pay 3% pension contributions for furloughed staff

Government agrees to pay 3% pension contributions for furloughed staff

The government has agreed to pay employer pension contributions for furloughed staff during the coronavirus crisis. Which? explains what this means for your savings.

Wealthify launches digital self-invested personal pension: should you invest?

Wealthify launches digital self-invested personal pension: should you invest?

Wealthify has launched a digital self-invested personal pension (Sipp) which requires a minimum investment of £50. Which? takes a closer look.

Budget 2020: capital gains tax allowance to rise by £300

Budget 2020: capital gains tax allowance to rise by £300

Which? explains what the changes to capital gains tax and entrepreneurs' relief mean for you.

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Savers withdrawing too much from their pension: are you at risk of running out of money?

Savers withdrawing too much from their pension: are you at risk of running out of money?

Over 55s are running the risk of running out of money in retirement. Which? explains how much you need to save and how to boost your pension savings.

Millions missing out on £3,000 of pension credit: are you eligible to claim?

Millions missing out on £3,000 of pension credit: are you eligible to claim?

Around 1.3 million eligible retirees could be missing out on pension credits worth £3,000 per year. Here, Which? looks at the eligibility criteria, and explains how you can claim.

Could switching investment providers boost your savings?

Could switching investment providers boost your savings?

British investors are reluctant to switch their investment platform due to high exit fees, hassle and stress. Here, Which? looks at if you could be better off by moving elsewhere.

London Capital & Finance investor compensation claims begin: are you eligible?

London Capital & Finance investor compensation claims begin: are you eligible?

Which? takes a look at how much compensation has been given to LCF investors by the FSCS, and whether the remaining customers are eligible to claim.

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