Find out about the rules for the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
Find out whether you'll have to pay more or less tax from April as we reveal the latest income tax and National Insurance news from the 2021 Budget.
Which? explains how National Insurance is changing from 6 April, for both employees and the self-employed, and how to calculate your exact bill
The 2019-20 tax year starts today, bringing huge changes for your finances. Find out how your salary, National Insurance, pensions and more will be affected.
Paying out for voluntary National Insurance contributions now could improve your State Pension by up to £4,000.
With less than a week to go until the 31 January deadline, freelancers and self-employed workers across the country will be scrambling to complete their submissions. So, are you up...
The government has unveiled proposals to give millions of people their pension facts and figures via the so-called ‘pension dashboard’. A pension dashboard feasibility study was today published by the...
We explain Chancellor Philip Hammond's plans to extend new IR35 rules to the private sector, plus National Insurance rates for 2019-20
We explore the factors that might push up NI tax rates in the Autumn Budget, how much they could increase by, and what the changes would mean for you
Some 3.4 million self-employed workers may be paying more tax next year than planned, after the Treasury reversed plans to scrap Class 2 National Insurance contributions.