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Election 2019: what a Conservative government will mean for your money

The Conservatives have won the general election with the biggest majority since 1987. Find out what they've got planned for tax, pensions, benefits and more.

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Election 2019: compare money policies from the major political parties

Which? gives a quick summary of what the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and SNP manifestos say about tax, housing and other personal finance areas.

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Election 2019: what the smaller party manifestos would mean for your money

Find out what the Green Party, Plaid Cymru, Brexit Party and DUP has planned for tax, benefits, housing and more.

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Election 2019: what would the Scottish National Party’s plans mean for your money?

Which? outlines the key personal finance pledges in the Scottish National Party election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Election 2019: what would the Conservatives’ plans mean for your money?

We outline the key personal finance pledges in the Conservatives' election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Election 2019: what would Labour’s plans mean for your money?

We outline the key personal finance pledges in Labour's election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Election 2019: what would the Liberal Democrats’ plans mean for your money?

Which? outlines the key personal finance pledges in the Liberal Democrats' election manifesto, including the Lib Dems' plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Over 4,500 people got an inheritance tax refund last year – could you?

Find out whether you've paid too much inheritance tax to HMRC after the sale of an inherited property, and how to make a claim

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Couples married for five years could claim more than £1,000 from HMRC

Couples who are married or in a civil partnership could be owed over £1,000 by HMRC but 700,000 are missing out. Find out how to claim your rebate.

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Seven ways to make submitting your paper tax return less stressful

Our advice will help make your self-assessment tax return easier, so you can hit the 31 October deadline and avoid a fine from HMRC

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