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  • National Insurance Credits: Tens of thousands still missing out on pension perks

    As many as 90,000 grandparents and family members are missing out on a little-known perk that can increase their State Pension. National Insurance Credits for those who look after young children can be worth up to £230 a year in retirement. Insurance firm Royal London said 90% of those eligible were...
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  • 5corpio
    started a topic Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Drivers caught speeding will face tougher penalties of up to 175pc of their weekly income under new rules introduced on Monday. Fines for serious offenders will start from 150pc of their weekly income rather than the current level of 100pc. The fines are split into bands from A to C. The penalty depends...
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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  • Class 2 National Insurance to merge with Self Assessment

    From April 2016 Class 2 National insurance contributions will merge with Self Assessment.

    In the past, when someone registers as self employed, HMRC would automatically register them also for Class 2 National Insurance. Class 2 is an additional contribution all self employed persons must...
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  • pompeyfaith
    started a topic Universal Credit and your Personal Data

    Universal Credit and your Personal Data

    If you claim Universal Credit (“UC”) the DWP intends to share your most sensitive personal data with local authorities, citizens advice bureaux, credit unions, social landlords and relevant registered charities:

    • Full name (including initials)
    • Contact details including: address,
    ...
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  • evilcartman
    started a topic Help! Rolling two weeks of pay into one...

    Help! Rolling two weeks of pay into one...

    Can those of you with payroll experience help me with this one?

    Like a complete muppet, I forgot to submit last week's payslip for authorisation. I only remembered it this afternoon while filling out this week's and checking my balance on my smartphone app.

    Will I...
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  • Why you may have been paying the wrong National Insurance for years

    Why you may have been paying the wrong National Insurance for years

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 21st December 2014 16:12.

    *Britain's antiquated NI system is failing and thousands may have paid too much* Tens of thousands of taxpayers have been overpaying...
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  • Isle of Man government mulls move to raise pension age to 74

    Isle of Man government mulls move to raise pension age to 74

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 9th November 2014 10:38.

    Crown dependency’s treasury says bold transformation of system needed to ensure national insurance fund stays solvent The Isle of Man government......
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  • di30
    started a topic Help - Laws on employing family members

    Help - Laws on employing family members

    Does anyone know how the law works for employing family members please?

    My hubby was one of those laid off a week ago, he almost had a chance of getting back into one of his old jobs in a local manufacturing company, as my brother in law is 2nd in command in office, there has been a stinking...
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  • BlueArmy
    started a topic Housing benefit review...need p60's....how?

    Housing benefit review...need p60's....how?

    Hi guys, been a while.
    we have had a letter about our housing benefit being stopped. We have a home visit on Wednesday next week. The letter states he will need to see various p60s from 2010 onwards. We only have a few of the required papers.

    is there anyway to get copies that you...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Call to rename National Insurance

    Call to rename National Insurance

    Call to rename National Insurance

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 25th February 2014 13:41.

    as the 'earnings tax': would it really clear up how much we actually pay in direct taxation?A backbench bill proposing to change the name of National...

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  • evilcartman
    started a topic On emergency tax after being on JSA all year

    On emergency tax after being on JSA all year

    I started a temp job last Friday after spending the rest of the tax year on JSA. I didn't have my P45 yet, so I had to fill in the agency's online equivalent of a P46 declaration on their online timesheet system.

    The trouble is that yesterday I tried to log in to do this week's timesheet...
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  • 'Scrap National Insurance and let people save for their own welfare' - Think Tank

    'Scrap National Insurance and let people save for their own welfare' - Think Tank

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 25th November 2013 13:17.

    *Think-tank urges radical benefit overhaul and pension means test* * 'Personal Welfare Accounts' would pay for unexpected...
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  • di30
    started a topic HM Customs payable order cheque/What for??

    HM Customs payable order cheque/What for??

    This morning my hubby received a cheque from HMRC Invoice Processing Centre in Worthing.

    We are not sure what its for, it just says account number, document number and amount of £35.

    It couldnt be work related because it would show his Nat ins number.

    Any ideas...
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  • Lib Dem conference: Nick Clegg in minimum wage tax pledge

    Lib Dem conference: Nick Clegg in minimum wage tax pledge

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 16th September 2013 19:39.

    Nick Clegg says he will push to ensure no one on the minimum wage pays income tax if the Lib Dems are in government after the next election....
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