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SEISS fifth grant details revealed, plus Universal Credit payments due to drop

SEISS fifth grant details revealed, plus Universal Credit payments due to drop

We explain the grants on offer from the UK's self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) and the other help available if you're self-employed.

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Furlough scheme: employers to contribute 20% of furloughed employees’ unworked pay from 1 August

Furlough scheme: employers to contribute 20% of furloughed employees’ unworked pay from 1 August

Find out about the rules for the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).

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Five things you need to know about this year’s payments on account deadline

Five things you need to know about this year’s payments on account deadline

The payments on account deadline is 31 July. From reducing your payment to the effect of SEISS grants, here's what self-employed workers need to know.

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Working from home after getting ‘pinged’? You can claim a year’s tax rebate

Working from home after getting ‘pinged’? You can claim a year’s tax rebate

Find out whether you're eligible to claim tax relief for working from home - you could be owed two years' worth if you haven't yet made a claim.

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The smartest ways to give money to your children and grandchildren

The smartest ways to give money to your children and grandchildren

Which? explains the best ways to give money to loved ones before you pass away to save them paying more inheritance tax than they need to.

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New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

Find out all of the latest tax allowances for the 2021-22 tax year, so you don't end up paying more tax than you need to.

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19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

The beginning of April and the new tax year mean will bring changes to household bills, taxes, benefits and some government schemes. Will you be worse off?

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Council tax rates for 2021-22: will your bills be more expensive from April?

Council tax rates for 2021-22: will your bills be more expensive from April?

Find out how much your council tax bill is set to increase by in April 2021, and what you can do to reduce it.

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What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

Find out how the government's 'Tax Day' changes could affect your finances, from pay-as-you-go self-assessment tax to a reduction in inheritance tax red tape.

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IR35 tax change for the private sector begins on 6 April 2021: will you be affected?

IR35 tax change for the private sector begins on 6 April 2021: will you be affected?

There's less than a month until the IR35 changes for the private sector are introduced, meaning self-employed contractors may have to pay more tax

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