Real living wage to rise to £11.95 in London and £10.90 across the UK. Here's what's happening
Hundreds of thousands of workers in London will see their hourly rate rise from £10.90 to £11.95. This represents an increase of 10.1%, or a more than £1 rise. Here's what'a happening.
22 September 2022
Workers to be given more rights under new Government plan
Interns, agency workers and 'gig economy' workers will be given greater rights under a new Government plan
7 February 2018
Couples now able to register to shift unused tax allowance between spouses
Married couples and those in civil partnerships can now register for a tax break, which could help them save up to £212
20 February 2015
Living Wage set to rise next year
The estimated 35,000 workers receiving the Living Wage will get a boost next year when it increases by 20p/hour to £7.85
3 November 2014
New tax breakdowns to be sent out
From today millions of people will receive their first annual tax statement setting out how their money's spent
3 November 2014
HMRC admits calculations may be wrong for some who over or underpaid tax
If you're one of five million people who overpaid or underpaid 2013/14 tax, you may be told you paid the wrong amount
9 October 2014
Millions to repay tax after HMRC errors
HMRC mistakes left an estimated 5.5 million underpaying or overpaying their tax through PAYE in 2013-14
20 June 2014
Child benefit cut to hit 1 million next Monday
MoneySavingExpert.com explains what the changes, first announced last March, mean for you and what your options are
2 January 2013
MPs hit out at HMRC chaos
An influential group of MPs has slammed poor service at the taxman's office, highlighting long delays
30 July 2011
Millions more forced to pay £100s in tax underpayments
Miscalculations emerge for 2010/11 tax year, meaning misery for 1.2m who now owe underpaid tax
29 June 2011
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