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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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Are you due a huge pension tax refund?

Are you due a huge pension tax refund?

Thousands of people who’ve taken big lump sums from their retirement savings could be failing to reclaim huge tax refunds. When you take a lump sum from your pension for the...

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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Three ways to beat the dividend tax hike

Three ways to beat the dividend tax hike

The amount you can earn from dividends before you start paying tax will be cut from £5,000 to £2,000 in April 2018, but there are steps you can take to protect...

Budget 2017: all the key announcements

Budget 2017: all the key announcements

A new market-leading savings bond and some significant changes to the taxes paid by self-employed people were the highlights of Philip Hammond’s first (and last) Spring Budget as Chancellor.  While...

Budget 2017: Tax hike for the self-employed

Budget 2017: Tax hike for the self-employed

Self-employed workers could see their take-home pay squeezed by hundreds of pounds a year as a result of changes to the National Insurance system announced in today’s Budget. Contribution rates for self-employed...

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Budget 2017: will your National Insurance bill rise?

Budget 2017: will your National Insurance bill rise?

On Wednesday 8 March, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Budget speech, outlining his plans for taxation and spending for the coming year. But will you get a boost to...

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

This year’s Spring Budget, in which the Chancellor of the Exchequer announces key changes affecting our finances in the upcoming tax year and beyond, takes place on 8 March 2017....

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