Something to prove your identity - this could be a passport, driving licence, or you can answer various questions based on your credit file A P60 or payslip from July 2020 onwards National insurance number Your Government Gateway user ID and password or you can create a user ID if you do not already have one. … [Read more...] about How to claim up to £125 tax back if you have to work from home for just one day due to Covid
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Amid the growing fears about the Union cabinet ministers, chaired by Michael Gove, met last week to discuss plans for a campaign to build the case for the Union. … [Read more...] about UK faces union crisis as polls reveal Scots want independence referendum & Northern Irish demand vote on united Ireland
A spokesman at First Port, the development's management company, said: 'The safety of our residents is our utmost priority. As the development currently has no electricity, we are working with the council to safely evacuate residents to a nearby hotel today. We will do all we can to support our residents, and to get the development habitable as quickly as possible.' … [Read more...] about Christoph-stophe! Storm batters Britain leaving homes and cars submerged and at least one person dead ahead of freezing weekend and MORE rain next week
The figures add to the evidence that local lockdowns aren't working - with up to 50 regions in England hit by tougher measures as the Government attempts to crack down on spiralling infections. Labour slammed local lockdowns imposed on regions after it unearthed data revealing 19 out of 20 areas struggling under tougher measures continued to see a rise in infections. … [Read more...] about What could possibly go wrong! Ministers could use an ALGORITHM to decide which vulnerable people in coronavirus hotspots have to stay at home and ‘shield indefinitely’ as the Government claims spread of coronavirus is ‘getting out of control’
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Personal pension or self-invested personal pension (Sipp) - This is probably the most flexible type of pension as you can choose your own provider and how much you invest. Workplace pension - The Government has made it so it's compulsory for employers to automatically enrol you in your workplace pension, unless you choose to opt out. These so-called defined contribution (DC) pensions are usually chosen by your employer and you won't be able to change it. Minimum contributions rose to 8% in April 2019, with employees now paying in 5% and employers contributing 3%. This is up from the 5% of contributions workers and companies were required to pay in previously, where employees contributed 3% and employers 2%. Final salary pension - This is a also a workplace pension but here, what you get in retirement is decided based on your salary, and you'll be paid a set amount each year on retiring. It's often referred to as a gold-plated pension or a defined benefit (DB) … [Read more...] about Calls for ‘living pension’ to help people save right amount for retirement – are you saving enough?