Your finances

Coronavirus scams: greater risk of being a victim of pension fraud

MPs call on the government to do more to protect retired workers.

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March 2020: what are the best savings account rates?

We share the best interest rates on Isas, bonds, and easy-access savings accounts.

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March 2020: what are the best savings account rates?

We share the best interest rates on Isas, bonds, and easy-access savings accounts.

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Removal of IHT sweetener for Aim shares ‘would be recipe for mayhem’

It is widely expected changes to inheritance tax are in the offing, potentially in next month’s Budget, with one fund manager commenting that any changes to the IHT exemption around Aim shares would be disastrous.

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Removal of IHT sweetener for Aim shares ‘would be recipe for mayhem’

It is widely expected changes to inheritance tax are in the offing, potentially in next month’s Budget, with one fund manager commenting that any changes to the IHT exemption around Aim shares would be disastrous.

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Tax

Tax trick: how you can claim back ‘overpaid’ inheritance tax following market falls 

Shares inherited before the recent market crash will have incurred a tax bill reflecting prices before the crash.

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Managing your personal finances in the face of redundancy or furlough

We take a look at some of the key things to consider if you are faced with a period of reduced pay, unpaid leave, furlough or redundancy.

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What is the post-election reality for investors?

From the UK market and property to tax and pensions, we consider the implications for investors and taxpayers of the Conservatives’ election victory.

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