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Striking the balance: company or self-employed?

The announcements in September’s not-so-mini-Budget have altered the balance between operating your business as self-employed or via a company.

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Over-65s set new employment record

The latest data from the Office for National Statistics reveals that more people than ever are working beyond age 65.

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Inheritance tax receipts double in a decade

New data from HMRC show the Treasury’s inheritance tax (IHT) receipts have doubled since 2012/13.

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Is your interest getting too interesting?

Rising interest rates could mean you may start to pay tax on interest.

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Capital gains simplification on the cards for divorce settlements

New legislation is set to simplify one aspect of tax on divorce or dissolution.

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Three financial lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic

The pandemic taught us many things, but some of them are already slipping away.

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Tricky teens: inflation set to soar beyond 13%

The Bank of England has said that inflation could reach over 13% before the end of the year. But that’s the lower end of the speculation.

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Five decades of tax rises ahead

The government’s budget watchdog says more tax rises are not only on the way but are expected for the next 50 years.

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Catching up on your state pension

The deadline to backfill your pre-2016/17 state pension contributions is nearing.

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No time to waste: minimum pension contributions must rise

A new report by the Association of British Insurers says a significant increase in the minimum contributions to workplace pensions is required.

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