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The September mini-Budget

Double-digit tax increases to fund the latest social care reforms will have a ripple effect on taxpayers.

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Are you holding too much cash?

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says many savers may have too much cash and face the risk of wealth erosion.

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Reconsidering your pension contributions

Increases to National Insurance Contributions (NICs) from next April have made employee pension contributions less attractive. 

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Are your young adults missing out on their Child Trust Fund?

HMRC says many teenagers are missing out on Child Trust Fund cash.

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Paying for England's social care reforms

In September, the government revealed its long-awaited plans to reform England’s funding of social care, but many home care residents won’t reap the benefits.

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Widening gender pension gap with a Covid-19 twist

New research has highlighted a growing retirement income gap between men and women, which has been exacerbated by the pandemic.

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So, farewell then 6 April?

The UK’s unusual tax year end date is coming under scrutiny in tandem with potential changes to the tax year basis for the self-employed.

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Capital gains tax receipts underline tempting target for Chancellor

New HMRC data shows that in 2019/20, £9.9 billion of capital gains tax (CGT) liabilities were created.

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A hint of rising interest rates?

The Bank of England has suggested that interest rates may rise sooner than expected.

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Pension age steps closer to 57

The government has published draft legislation to raise the minimum age for drawing pension benefits from 55 to 57.

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