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Not in the NIC of time

A useful new web tool has emerged, a little late in the game, in a joint effort from two government departments.

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Dow Jones breaks through 40,000

In mid-May 2024, the Dow Jones Index crossed the 40,000 threshold for the first time.

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The first election tax stories

It’s early days yet, but some pointers on tax have emerged from both the main parties.

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The WASPI saga continues

Many women born in the 1950s should be paid compensation for a shortfall in their pensions according to a new report.

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New British Savings Bond – worth the wait?

National Savings provides a glimpse of the new bond promised in the Spring Budget.

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The march of the higher rate taxpayer

New calculations issued alongside the Spring Budget show just how higher rate taxpaying status is becoming ever more common.

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The UK ISA slides into view

One of the many well-trailed announcements in the Spring Budget was the launch of a UK ISA. However, both its arrival and interest may be uncertain.

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The child benefit tax rule changes

One of the few surprises in the Spring Budget was the change affecting how child benefit is taxed for higher earners.

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Out goes hand sanitiser, in comes vinyl...

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been sorting through its inflation shopping basket.

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Born after 1978? Keep an eye on State Pension age

An independent report suggests that the State Pension age (SPA) should rise much faster than planned.

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