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Rise in VAT

Rise in VATRise in VAT

The VAT standard rate has risen from 17.5 per cent to 20 per cent

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New Year Honours

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The 2011 New Year Honours list has been published

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Deadline for online tax returns

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Your tax return must reach HMRC by midnight 31 January

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Thinking of starting a new business?

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Do you have what it takes to set up a new business or become self-employed? Find out what the day-to-day realities are and what skills and qualities you’ll need

Free energy advice this winter

Free energy advice this winterFree energy advice this winter

Households facing higher energy bills could get free face-to-face advice on how to reduce their gas and/or electricity bills this winter

Know your overseas shopping limits

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If you're planning to spend your Christmas money buying goods or services online from non-EU websites, make sure you know how much you can spend without paying import duty or VAT

Guaranteed savings limit raised

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From 31 December, up to £85,000 of personal savings will be guaranteed should your bank, building society or credit union go bust

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