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Not the Autumn Budget or the Autumn Statement

The Chancellor’s November ‘Financial Statement’ revealed more spending and more government borrowing, but no mention of tax rises. 

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Continuing Challenges in the Search for Income - NS&I Outflows

Deposit rates are continuing to fall.

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When I'm 66 – State Pension Age's Latest Milestone

The latest phasing of State Pension Age (SPA) increase is now finished.

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Capital Gains Tax: Increases Ahead?

A recent report could herald changes to capital gains tax.

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Fireworks in November for the World's Stock Markets

November was an exciting month for the world’s stock markets.

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Can You Afford to Retire if You Are Self-Employed?

New research shows the majority of the self-employed are not saving for retirement.

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China: Ever Larger, Ever Changing

The Chinese stock market broke the $10 trillion barrier in October.

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Company Cars Rolling Downhill

New HMRC data shows the popularity of this traditional perk could be waning.

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Some Light in the Dividend Tunnel

A recent report on UK dividend payments suggests the worst of the cuts may be over.

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Extended Self-Employed Support Measures Under New Lockdown

With the second lockdown now in place, the Chancellor has been forced to return to Parliament and announce extended job support measures. Two further grants under the SEISS were announced in September and have now been…

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