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Published / Last Updated on 06/07/2019

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Lifetime Allowance Up Lifetime Allowance Up CPI inflation figures were released last Wednesday, with CPI at 2.4%pa. The September rate of inflation is the rate used to set increases in benefits and other allowances for ... Santander Fined for Holding Will Money Back Santander Fined for Holding Will Money Back The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Santander £32.8 million for taking too long in transferring funds to the beneficiaries of Wills after probate. More than £183 million was ... Money Transfer Account Name Checking Money Transfer Account Name Checking Currently, when you transfer money from one bank account to another there is no name check on the account. Provided the account and sort code etc, your money will ... Inflation Down in September 2018 Inflation Down in September 2018 Inflation down to 2.4 Per Cent: The Office for National Statistics has released inflation figures for September 2018 with headline CPI inflation going down to 2.4% pa from August's ... Wage Growth Means Inflation Rate Rises and FTSE Falls Wage Growth Means Inflation Rate Rises and FTSE Falls Today, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released its latest employment report. The key headlines are: Pay for June/July/August rose by 3.1% compared to the same 3 month period in ... Lack of Houses For Sale Props Up Market Lack of Houses For Sale Props Up Market Despite the housing market slowing down with uncertainty on the economy, jobs, interest rate rises and Brexit, property prices still grew by 2.5% in the year to September 2018. Why ... Non UK Resident Additional Stamp Duty Surcharge Non UK Resident Additional Stamp Duty Surcharge Speaking at the conservative party conference last week, Prime Minister Theresa May announced plans for a new Stamp Duty Land Tax surcharge for non-UK resident buyers of UK residential ... Why Markets Tumbled and are Jittery Why Markets Tumbled and are Jittery The US market had its worst week in a month and both the UK, parts of Europe and Hong Kong had their worst week in 8 months. Markets tumbled ... Quitaly Risk Is Real As Markets Tumble Quitaly Risk Is Real As Markets Tumble The Italian coalition government of both anti-establishment and anti-immigration – the right wing ‘League’ and the left wing ‘5 Star Alliance’, yesterday produced its radical Budget for 2019 that ... US Interest Rate Increases Curb Markets US Interest Rate Increases Curb Markets The US central bank, the Federal Reserve has today increased interest rates for the third time this year. Rates now stand at a range of 2.0% to 2.25% pa. There ... Labour Plans Holiday Home Tax Labour Plans Holiday Home Tax At the Labour party conference yesterday, a plan was announced to introduce an additional tax on holiday homes. This additional tax would not affect those that own additional residential ... Record Markets For Totally Different Reasons Record Markets For Totally Different Reasons As predicted last week, record highs this week in the US as financial stocks rose on the back of anticipated interest rates rises next week. Across the globe, markets ... Interest Rates Held Interest Rates Held Today, the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted to keep interest rates at a 0.75% pa. Interest rates were increased in last month after the November 2017, ... Thousand Pound Self Employed Stealth Tax Thousand Pound Self Employed Stealth Tax For millions of self-employed, they have long enjoyed a small ‘tax’ break with paying lower national insurance contributions (NIC) compared to employees by paying class 2 NIC on profits ... Yearly Property MOT Proposal Yearly Property MOT Proposal In research on the failings of the property rental market, the University of York study has suggested that a yearly property MOT should be introduced. A yearly property MOT would ...

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