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Going through the menopause? You'll be able to get your HRT prescriptions for less from 1 April - here's how

People going through the menopause in England will be able to access cheaper HRT prescriptions from 1 April with a new 'season ticket'.

31 March 2023

Is your child's teacher going on strike? These are your work rights if you take time off for childcare

Many teachers in England are planning to walk out as part of strike action set to take place on 15 and 16 March 2023.

14 March 2023

Council tax to rise for millions from 1 April with most facing 5% hikes – here's what's happening

Council tax bills will increase for millions of people in England from 1 April, with the majority of local authorities set to hike rates by 5% – though in some cases bills will rise by up to 15%.

14 February 2023

Last chance: Don't miss 31 January 2023 self-assessment tax return deadline - or you risk a £100 fine

You have until 11.59pm on Tuesday 31 January 2023 to send HMRC an online tax return for the 2021/2022 tax year, which ended on 5 April 2022.

31 January 2023

Evri rated worst parcel delivery firm in MSE's annual service poll – here are your rights if you've had problems

Evri has been ranked the worst parcel delivery firm in an annual poll of MoneySavingExpert users.

24 January 2023

Confused over Royal Mail stamp swap deadline? Don't be as you WILL still be able use non-barcoded stamps until 31 July 2023

You will still be able to use non-barcoded 'everyday stamps' after 31 January for another six months, can confirm. The deadline to use these stamps is 31 July. This is despite a series of misleading adverts from Royal Mail saying otherwise.

24 January 2023

Taxpayers given stronger protections to prevent them being caught out by third-party tax rebate firms

New measures designed to protect taxpayers against the "unscrupulous tactics" used by some third-party tax rebate firms have been announced by HMRC.

11 January 2023

Scottish budget: Higher earners to pay more tax and benefits to rise by 10.1% – what the changes mean for you

Deputy first minister John Swinney has announced major income tax rises for higher earners in Scotland from April next year.

15 December 2022

Disability payments delayed ahead of Christmas with many left waiting for their money - here's what we know

Some claiming Personal Independence Payments (PIP) say they have yet to receive their payments for this month, leaving many struggling for cash ahead of Christmas. The disability payments were due to be paid today (5 December).

6 December 2022

Got a text message from the Met Police? Don't ignore it – you may be able to help fight fraud

If you get a text message from the Metropolitan Police in the next 48 hours asking for help fighting fraud, don't ignore it. The organisation is sending text messages to 70,000 people who may have been targeted by fraudsters using a sophisticated online tool to spoof the phone numbers of legitimate companies such as banks.

24 November 2022