Category : Finance

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

How much stamp duty will home buyers now pay?

Stamp duty has been cut for all home buyers as part of the new Conservative government's plans to help turn around the economy.Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced the tax, which is levied on personal property or land purchases, will now...

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

Universal credit rules tightened for part-time workers

Currently, universal credit claimants working up to 12 hours a week at the National Living Wage, which is the government-set minimum wage, risk having their benefits reduced if they do not take steps to increase their earnings and meet regularly with...

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

Mini-budget: What it means for you and your finances

By taking income tax and National Insurance cuts together, someone earning £20,000 a year will save £167 a year, those earning £40,000 will save £617, someone getting £60,000 will save £969, and person on £100,000 a year will get an extra £1,469, acc...

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

Bosses think workers do less from home, says Microsoft

"We had 70,000 people who joined Microsoft during the pandemic, they sort of saw Microsoft through the lens of the pandemic. And now when we think about the next phase, you need to re-energize them, re-recruit them, help them form social connections....

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

What can we expect from the changes?

By Ben KingBusiness reporter, BBC NewsPublished6 hours agoImage source, Getty ImagesChancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will later unveil a mini-budget with National Insurance and corporation tax cuts.Details of cuts to other taxes such as stamp duty may also...

by Super Admin - 5 days ago

Mini-budget: Tax cuts for millions set to be unveiled

By Ben KingBusiness reporter, BBC NewsPublished58 minutes agoImage source, Getty ImagesChancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will later unveil a mini-budget with National Insurance and corporation tax cuts.Details of cuts to other taxes such as stamp duty may al...