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General election manifestos: what they mean for your finances

General election manifestos: what they mean for your finances

UPDATED 30 MAY: This story has now been updated to include the manifesto of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Almost all of the major political parties have set out their...

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Conservative manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

Conservative manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

The Conservative Party today released its manifesto for next month’s general election, with changes to tax, elderly care and housing among the key proposals. Here, we take a look at...

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Liberal Democrat manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

Liberal Democrat manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

The Liberal Democrats today released their manifesto for next month’s general election, with property reforms and tax changes among the main pledges. Here, we take a look at some of the key...

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Labour manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

Labour manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

The Labour Party today launched its manifesto for next month’s general election, with taxes, pensions and housing high on the agenda. Announcing his proposals, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn described his...

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Ask an expert: ‘Can my mum claim state pension credits for looking after my kids?’

Ask an expert: ‘Can my mum claim state pension credits for looking after my kids?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. My mother is 59 and helps...

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General election and tax: what we know so far

General election and tax: what we know so far

With just a month to go until 8 June’s general election, Britain’s political parties are steadily setting out their plans for how they will raise revenue and spend should they take...

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Ask an expert: ‘How much inheritance tax will my children pay if I leave them my £500,000 home?’

Ask an expert: ‘How much inheritance tax will my children pay if I leave them my £500,000 home?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. I’m a single, 69 year-old woman...

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Major dividend tax and pension cuts suspended… for now

Major dividend tax and pension cuts suspended… for now

The government has suspended major changes to dividend tax and pensions ahead of the snap general election. The changes were supposed to be implemented in the 2017 Finance Bill, but...

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Earn hundreds more in 2017 with our new tax year money-saving tricks

Earn hundreds more in 2017 with our new tax year money-saving tricks

The new tax year begins on 6 April, and with it comes a raft of opportunities to save or make hundreds – and potentially thousands – of pounds in 2017....

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New tax year: will you be better or worse off?

New tax year: will you be better or worse off?

April 6 is one of the most important dates on the financial calendar – the start of the new tax year, which signals both the launch of a raft of...

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