Steven Cameron: Four personal finance changes taking effect tomorrow

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Steven Cameron: "We should be encouraging people to save more for longer lifespans in retirement and potential social care costs, not forcing them into early retirement to escape a tax bill."
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Steven Cameron: "We should be encouraging people to save more for longer lifespans in retirement and potential social care costs, not forcing them into early retirement to escape a tax bill."

The new tax year begins tomorrow and, with it, come a quartet of important changes to clients' personal finances. Steven Cameron takes a closer look

Auto-enrolment minimum contributions rise What's the change? Since its introduction in 2012, more than 10 million people have been automatically enrolled into a workplace pension. On launch, the total...

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