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Not that interested: savers short-changed on rate hikes

The Bank of England has been looking at the impact of its regular interest rate increases since December 2021, with analysis revealing savers are being short-changed.

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The Ofgem price cap returns

An announcement in late May will herald a fall in gas and electricity bills from July.

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The FCA's unusual warning on trusts

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a warning on some trust services.

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Will you be fueling the inheritance tax bonanza?

Recent data has revealed that inheritance tax (IHT) receipts reached a record level in the 2022/23 tax year.  

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31 July: an important deadline for pension provision

If you have gaps in your national insurance contributions (NICs) record, then 31 July should be marked on your calendar.

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More action to counter fraud

The government has announced a new initiative to counter fraudulent activity, particularly in the financial sector.

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More taxpayers moving to higher rate

Figures released alongside the Budget have highlighted a projected surge in the number of people who will pay more than the basic rate of tax.

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State Pension Age increase to 68 deferred

The government has deferred its decision on when to raise the State Pension age (SPA) to 68.

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2023/24 – the 23-month tax year?

If you are self-employed, the new tax year may be longer than you think.

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Bank deposit protection set to rise?

The recent problems in the banking world have raised questions around the current maximum protection for bank deposits: is it overdue for an increase?

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