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29 Feb 2024
Reports have suggested that Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is considering cutting national insurance in the Spring Budget on Wednesday 6 March.
28 Feb 2024
HMRC has revealed that March is the most popular month for Marriage Allowance applications, with almost 70,000 couples applying in the third month of 2023.
27 Feb 2024
The so-called 'Tourist Tax' is unlikely to be reversed in the Spring Budget, Nigel Huddleston, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, has warned.
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