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Confused by pension options? Free, impartial guidance is coming in 2015

21 July 2014

From next April millions of people will be able to get free, impartial guidance on how to make the most of their pension

ISAs become bigger tax-free NISAs today – so what's changed?

1 July 2014

ISAs transform into NISAs today, meaning everyone can now save £15,000 tax-free in cash or shares savings

Budget 2014: Tax win for millions

19 March 2014

Most people will be better off after today's Budget changes, Chancellor George Osborne says

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19 March 2014

Budget 2014: Tobacco duty goes up, but a penny off a pint of beer

Smokers will be hit by higher prices but the price of beer falls by 1p, while cider and whiskey are frozen

2 January 2014

Commuters hit by 3.1% train fares hike today

The increase to rail fares sees some commuters paying more than £5,000-a-year from today

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Rail fare hike pegged back to 3.1%

Rail passengers in England will face average rises of 3.1% on fares next month, less than expected

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Disability and carers' benefits get 2.7% rise

Disability and carers' benefits and the additional state pension will rise by 2.7% in April 2014

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Married couples to get tax break

Married couples will get a £1,000 transferable tax allowance from 2015, Chancellor George Osborne says

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Cash Isa limit creeps up to £5,940

Savers can put a little more money into cash Isas from next April, Chancellor George Osborne said today

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Fuel duty freeze confirmed

Fuel duty will be frozen until 2015, Chancellor George Osborne announces in the Autumn Statement

5 December 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Pension age to rise to 68 in 2030s

Millions of people will have to wait longer to collect their state pension, Chancellor George Osborne has announced

25 November 2013

Finally! Government to cap costs of payday loans

George Osborne has today announced a cap on the costs of controversial payday loans

13 November 2013

Co-op Energy trims price hike as green tax cut expected

Co-operative Energy has reduced the amount it's going to hike prices by from 4.5% to 2.5% from 8 January

18 October 2013

Fuel duty cut in pipeline for remote towns

10 rural communities in Scotland and England could see a cut in fuel duty under Government plans

7 October 2013

Introduce season ticket tax breaks, Boris Johnson says

Boris Johnson says the Treasury should consider a season ticket tax break to reduce travel costs for commuters

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