Autumn Budget 2018

Five ways you could boost your income courtesy of... the taxman!

We don't generally associate the taxman with ways of boosting our income. But HMRC is pointing out five schemes that taxpayers could be entitled to that could see a significant boost to what they take home every month. 

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Premium Bond jackpot winner was gifted bonds as a child, are you a winner?

One of the two winners of November’s Premium Bonds £1 million jackpot has held bonds since the month they were introduced, after being gifted two £1 bonds in 1956

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Chancellor sneaks in hidden National Insurance hike with personal allowance increases

Hidden National Insurance rise will undermine gains from personal allowance rise to £50,000 for higher earners

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Autumn Budget 2018: Fuel duty freeze and £420 million fund to tackle potholes

There was good news for motorists in the Budget as Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a record cash injection to improve Britain’s roads and also confirmed fuel duty would be frozen for a ninth consecutive year.

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Autumn Budget 2018: Is austerity over?

Chancellor announces £100billion of spending for the NHS, social care, schools and high streets

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Autumn Budget 2018: Three pensions changes you may have missed

Pension allowances and tax relief were left well alone, but there was some pension news for consumers to digest. Here are three changes that went under the radar.

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Autumn Budget 2018: the winners and losers

We round-up the top winners and losers in chancellor Philip Hammond's latest Budget.

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Autumn Budget 2018: Income tax cut for 32 million workers of up to £860 a year

Workers will see their pay packets increase after chancellor Philip Hammond announced he was bringing forward tax cuts a year earlier than planned in today’s Budget.

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Autumn Budget 2018: Good news for first time buyers and cash to help people buy in their local areas

There was some good news for first time buyers as the Chancellor extended the stamp duty exemption on first home purchases up to £500,000 where the property is part of a shared ownership programme (in England and Northern...

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Autumn Budget 2018: Lifetime Allowance to rise; Isa allowance to remain at £20,000

The Lifetime Allowance is set to rise in line with inflation from next April, but the Isa allowance will remain at £20,000.

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