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A look through the Moneywise archives reveals that 5 March has never been a particularly eventful day – that is until 2009 – when the Bank of England cut interest rates from 1% to 0.5% following...
The US Federal Reserve has raised its interest rate from 0.75% to 1.00%.
The UK base rate remains at a historic low but analysts are already looking to the future, with some expecting interest rates to rise sooner rather than later.
An interest rate rise will not happen anytime soon, according to star fund manager Neil Woodford, despite inflation being predicted to reach 3% by the end of 2017.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond has reaffirmed the government’s plans to increase the personal tax allowance to £12,500 by the end of this Parliament in his Budget speech.
The Treasury has admitted the pension freedoms announced in the March 2015 Budget and implemented in April 2015 have raised five times more tax than anticipated.
Free childcare for three and four-year-olds will double from 15 to 30 hours a week for working families in England, it’s been announced in today’s Budget.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has softened his attack on the self-employed, cancelling plans to increase national insurance contributions (NICs).
Four in 10 (40%) Moneywise.co.uk users expect the base rate still to be at 0.25% this time next year, according to our latest poll result.
Retirement savings will be protected from scammers when Chancellor Philip Hammond bans pensions cold calling in next week’s Autumn Statement.
How much would you be prepared to spend (or have you spent) on independent financial advice about your pensions and investments in the run up to retirement?
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