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We look through the key points from the Autumn Budget, with a focus on taxation, housing and welfare.
The new tax year has arrived, and with it comes sweeping changes to the way you pay tax…
The 2017 Budget was delivered on 22nd November by Chancellor Philip Hammond, and contained big changes, particularly for first time buyers.
An unexpected result in the General Election has left uncertainty surrounding key policies, particularly involving personal finance.
As the date for the General election approaches, we take a look at what Labour and the Conservatives have included in their manifestos regarding personal finance.
Mortgage lending fell last month as the housing market has appeared to settle down.
Two important dates are fast approaching for pension savers which could make a big difference to tax relief.
When giving money at Christmas, not everyone considers the implications and legalities around taxation.
What are the key points from the Autumn Statement and how will they affect you?
With more UK families paying inheritance tax than ever before, the government has introduced new rules for the inheritance tax free allowance.
Along with uncertainty in the housing market, landlords are getting nervous as rents fall ahead of Britain’s departure from the EU.
The UK woke up to the news that it has voted to leave the European Union, and in the wake of the EU Referendum results David Cameron has resigned as Prime Minister.
For some people, savings accounts aren't necessarily the preferred place to keep spare money as it could be worth more when invested elsewhere.
April 6th marks the start of a new tax year, and with lots of new changes taking effect there may be big consequences for your personal finances.
Among the talk of compulsory maths lessons and fizzy drinks, there were a number of big announcements regarding taxes, savings and pensions in this year’s budget.
Many people hold off on starting a pension until later in life, but here's why starting early is a good idea...
The number of families in the UK paying inheritance tax is at a 35 year high...
The latest proposed changes to the pension taxation system could have the biggest effect on the richest.
The way that pension freedoms are being used is becoming something of a worry for some financial experts.