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Loyalty penalty exposed: Companies hiking prices most for loyal customers
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 17:57:34 GMT

Loyalty pays in Britain, but the rewards go not to long-standing customers but to the companies who cash in on them. New figures have revealed how loyal customers are stung.

It's crunch time for Brexit, so what happens next? This is Money podcast
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 17:21:06 GMT

In between backstops, trade deals, no-confidence votes and the small matter of what happens in just over three months' time… what is really going on and what does it mean for your money?

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Autumn Budget 2018

Under pressure to support No 10’s ’end of austerity’ message, bolstered by revised growth forecasts from the Ofice of Budget Responsibility, and safe in the knowledge that it could all go out of the window in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Chancellor gave the most eventful Budget speech of recent years. read more

INSIDER November 2018

The overwhelming majority of small businesses that applied for finance in the first six months of 2018 were successful, statistics show. read more

Tax Rates 2018 / 2019

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Spring Statement 2018

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his Spring Statement 2018, and on his promise to move away from two major iscal announcements every year. read more

Defined contribution pensions and tax

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Choosing a business structure

An introduction to the most common types of businesses: sole traders, limited companies and partnerships. read more

Personal tax planning

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Succession planning for a family business

A guide to transferring a business to a family member. read more

Accounts for limited companies

Audits may be a thing of the past, but certain annual reports still apply. read more

Online self-assessment

How to complete your self-assessment tax return online. read more

Minimising inheritance tax

A guide to changes to the inheritance tax nil-rate band and strategies to reduce your liability. read more

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