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A fall in new car sales has fuelled a slow down in borrowing by consumers, the Bank of England said. Its data showed that the annual growth rate in consumer credit slowed to 7.7% in the year to September. This is down from 8.2% in August - and the weakest...
Hundreds of thousands of private-sector contractors face higher tax and National Insurance (NI) bills from April 2020. The chancellor announced that tighter tax rules for those working in the public sector will be extended to those working for private firms. The rules, known as IR35, are designed to hit those deemed...
The era of austerity is not over for working families on benefits or government departments like transport, according to one of the first independent analyses of the Budget. The Resolution Foundation said Philip Hammond had delivered £55bn in tax cuts and increases in public spending. It said that richer households would...
Philip Hammond has delivered his third Budget as chancellor. Here are the key points of his 72-minute speech. Personal taxation and wages The personal allowance threshold, the rate at which people start paying income tax at 20%, to rise from £11,850 to £12,500 in April - a year earlier than...
Chancellor Philip Hammond has used the Budget to ease the government spending squeeze as he declared that austerity was "finally coming to an end". Against a backdrop of stronger tax receipts, Mr Hammond said borrowing this year would be £11.6bn lower than projected in March, at £25.5bn. Borrowing is expected to...
Thanks to the modern technologies, work from home jobs now are considered as full-fledged employment, which allows you making as much money as an office worker. In addition, work from home now can bring more advantages than disadvantages. First and the most important is time and efforts saving. Flexible...
With mobile devices and videoconferencing technology becoming more widespread, telecommuting jobs are also becoming more common. They're also highly coveted because they tend to offer greater work-life balance. The downside is that many such offers turn out to be too good to be true. FlexJobs, a site that vets such opportunities --...
The world's richest one per cent of people will control close to two-thirds of all global wealth by the year 2030, according to report produced by the House of Commons library, the research arm of the UK's parliament. The global elite currently control around 50 per cent of wealth around the world, but that...
One in 10 Britons admit they are bad with money, according to a study. Researchers polled 2,000 UK adults and, despite the age of austerity, found many were "blindly" spending without first considering the potential consequences. Around one fifth of people asked went as far as to describe themselves as "spenders" rather than "savers", the...
The Party that Supposedly Prioritizes Citizens in Rural Areas has Done Virtually Nothing for Them. I am from Oklahoma. I am not a rural resident, nor do I have any considerable knowledge in agrarian spectrums or energy resources. I do know, however, that my state’s economy thrives off of the crude...