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Express.co.ukState pension: Will pension age or how much you get change? Future of the state pensionExpress.co.ukThe state pension exists in the UK to help Britons live in their later life. Experts at PensionBee told Express.co.uk all about recent pension changes and how the state pension might change. They said: “Recent state pension changes have replaced the ...and more »
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Liz Weston: Should you pay off mortgage before you retire?Yahoo News UKBut retiring a mortgage before you retire isn't always possible. Financial planners recommend creating a Plan B to ensure you don't wind up house rich and cash poor. WHY A MORTGAGE-FREE RETIREMENT IS USUALLY BEST. Mortgage interest is ...
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Money MarketingTony Wickenden: Using VCTs and EISs in retirement planningMoney MarketingFor example, thanks to the higher personal allowance and NIC starting point, an employee earning £26,000 a year will save £101.20 in tax and NICs in 2018/19 but face an extra £318.24 in net auto-enrolment contributions (assuming the employer pays their ...25-04-2018

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Tony Wickenden: Using VCTs and EISs in retirement planning
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For example, thanks to the higher personal allowance and NIC starting point, an employee earning £26,000 a year will save £101.20 in tax and NICs in 2018/19 but face an extra £318.24 in net auto-enrolment contributions (assuming the employer pays their ...

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