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Chancellor to reveal spending plans for coming year
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will soon announce the government’s spending plans for the next year. This Spending Review will include details on public sector pay, funding for the NHS, and money for the... Read More
Local shops to offer cash withdrawals without purchases
One of the biggest things the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted is accessibility to cash. An increasing number of businesses have begun to request card payments over cash, in a bid to reduce the spread... Read More
Increase in household energy bills expected in 2021
Energy regulator Ofgem has said it is considering raising its energy price cap from April, meaning UK households may find themselves paying more for gas and electricity. Ofgem’s decision was made... Read More
CompareTheMarket fined £17.9 million over competition law breach
In a significant blow for CompareTheMarket, the Competitions and Market Authority (CMA) has ruled that the leading price comparison website's restrictive contract terms were responsible for inflating... Read More
UK inflation rate rises in October
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported that the UK’s inflation rate has increased from 0.5% in September to 0.7% in October. However, it remains at a historically low level. Analysts... Read More
UK women urged to check whether their state pension is underpaid
Women in the UK have been urged to check whether they are owed money by the State Pension department and fight back for back payments they may be eligible for.  State Pension is a source of... Read More
Asking prices for UK properties dip ahead of stamp duty holiday deadline
The asking price for properties has dipped by 0.5% in October, according to property website Rightmove, as home sellers look to close sales ahead of the stamp duty holiday deadline. The price cut,... Read More
Debt crisis warning for the UK
Charities have warned that Britain might find itself in a debt crisis because of increased borrowing by low- and middle-income households to cope with the ongoing job crisis.  Research by... Read More
UK economy on the mend, but growth slowed in September
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) indicate that the UK has managed to bounce back from its recent recession, showing an increase of 15.5% from July to September.  While... Read More
Could you pay extra tax for working remotely?
A recent report by analysts at Deutsche Bank has proposed a new tax on employees who voluntarily work remotely, to sustain the livelihoods of employees for whom remote work is not a possibility. The... Read More
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Chancellor to reveal spending plans for coming year
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will soon announce the government’s spending plans for the next year. This Spending Review will include details on public... Read More
Local shops to offer cash withdrawals without purchases
One of the biggest things the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted is accessibility to cash. An increasing number of businesses have begun to request card... Read More
Increase in household energy bills expected in 2021
Energy regulator Ofgem has said it is considering raising its energy price cap from April, meaning UK households may find themselves paying more for... Read More
CompareTheMarket fined £17.9 million over competition law breach
In a significant blow for CompareTheMarket, the Competitions and Market Authority (CMA) has ruled that the leading price comparison website's... Read More
UK inflation rate rises in October
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported that the UK’s inflation rate has increased from 0.5% in September to 0.7% in October. However, it... Read More
UK women urged to check whether their state pension is underpaid
Women in the UK have been urged to check whether they are owed money by the State Pension department and fight back for back payments they may be... Read More
Asking prices for UK properties dip ahead of stamp duty holiday deadline
The asking price for properties has dipped by 0.5% in October, according to property website Rightmove, as home sellers look to close sales ahead of... Read More
Debt crisis warning for the UK
Charities have warned that Britain might find itself in a debt crisis because of increased borrowing by low- and middle-income households to cope... Read More
UK economy on the mend, but growth slowed in September
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) indicate that the UK has managed to bounce back from its recent recession, showing an... Read More
Could you pay extra tax for working remotely?
A recent report by analysts at Deutsche Bank has proposed a new tax on employees who voluntarily work remotely, to sustain the livelihoods of... Read More
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