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How to ask for a pay rise

Prepare your case: Take some time to think of reasons why you deserve a salary rise. To solidify these in…

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How do ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ schemes work?

As the name suggests, this type of scheme allows consumers to buy goods – typically from a standard retailer –…

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Government announces plans to regulate ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ schemes

BNPL schemes allow customers to buy a given product and defer paying for it, either repaying the outstanding amount in…

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How much tax do I pay if I have a second job?

*The Government has announced plans to cut the basic rate by a percentage point to 19% by 2024. To work…

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Government to pay £350 a month to Britons hosting Ukrainian refugees

The government has announced plans to give UK households £350 a month if they open their homes to those fleeing…

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How much can I pay into my pension?

The Annual Allowance is the limit on how much you can pay into a private pension each year and still…

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How much tax will I pay when I withdraw my pension?

There are two main pension allowances that you should be aware of that have tax implications. You can pay up…

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How to pay for a funeral

The death of a loved one is never easy, and the expense of paying for a funeral can be an…

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How to pay for long-term care

Your local council may be able to help your relative with the costs of a care home or, if they…

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What can you do if you can’t pay your mortgage?

Remortgaging onto a better deal may be a way to save money on the monthly payments you are making. For…