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Tax Allowances 2017/18 – what you need to know - moneyfacts.co.uk

This is MoneyTax Allowances 2017/18 – what you need to knowmoneyfacts.co.ukThe personal allowance - in other words, the amount of money you can earn before having to pay income tax - will rise to £11,500 from April, with earnings after that level subject to income tax of 20%. The higher rate threshold will increase to £45,000 ...Are you one of the investors who could be caught out by a higher tax on dividends? What you need to know - and how ...This is Money''I didn't realise how simple a Stocks & Shares ISA was''Hargreaves Lansdownall 37 news articles »20-03-2017

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Tax Allowances 2017/18 – what you need to know
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The personal allowance - in other words, the amount of money you can earn before having to pay income tax - will rise to £11,500 from April, with earnings after that level subject to income tax of 20%. The higher rate threshold will increase to £45,000 ...
Are you one of the investors who could be caught out by a higher tax on dividends? What you need to know - and how ...This is Money
''I didn't realise how simple a Stocks & Shares ISA was''Hargreaves Lansdown

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