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The national insurance tax cut

For employees, the national insurance cut announced in the Autumn Statement took effect on 6 January.

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Not out of the woods: Inflation pledge met, but what's next?

The Prime Minister has met his pledge of halving inflation, but we’re not out of the woods yet.

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Financial Christmas gifts for children

It’s that time of year again when financial gifts may be given... and HMRC is watching.

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Getting a head start: retirement planning attitudes in 2023

A survey of 6,000 people, aged 18 to 80, revealed starkly different views on retirement across the generations.

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Magnificent Seven 2.0 rides again

Forget Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen et al. There is another more significant septet in the United States these days. 

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The Autumn Statement give and take

The Chancellor’s national insurance contribution (NICs) ‘giveaway’ is no match for his income tax ‘takeaway’.

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A tale of two fund sectors

The Global sector is the largest fund sector, according to the Investment Association, but it might not be quite as global as you think.

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UK house price decline continues

The rise in mortgage rates since early 2022 has taken its toll on house prices.

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UK tax revenues set to break new records

Research has confirmed what your pocket already knows: UK taxes are at historically high levels.

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Powers of attorney move one step closer to the digital age

The administration of lasting powers of attorney (LPA) is on its way to becoming fully online.

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