Workplace Pensions - don’t ignore it

​The Department of Work and Pensions and the Pensions Regulator have launched a new advertising campaign promoting auto enrolment which aims to change the country’s perception of pensions in the workplace.

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Identity theft - ICO guidance

​Following the data security incident at TalkTalk with customer details being ‘hacked’ and many customers remaining unsure if they have been affected

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HMRC’s landlord campaign nets £50 million

​HMRC have announced that a campaign aimed at helping residential landlords get their tax affairs in order has brought in more than £50 million making it one of their most successful voluntary disclosure opportunities.

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Autumn Statement 2015 expectations

​Tax credits have been in the news and this is one issue the Chancellor George Osborne is expected to review in the Autumn Statement. The House of Lords voted to reject the Statutory Instrument which contained the cut backs to tax credits.

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Business rates appeal proposals are a 'barrier to justice'

The Enterprise Bill is currently going through Parliament. Part of the Bill reforms the business rates appeals system. The government’s changes have been criticised by rates experts and business groups, amid concerns that the changes will act as a ‘barrier to justice’.

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