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18 Feb 2019
The Government Equalities Office (GEO) has published advice designed to help UK businesses to reduce their gender pay gap.
15 Feb 2019
HMRC has estimated that around 700,000 couples are 'missing out' on the Marriage Allowance, which could save them up to £238 in tax.
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Our summary of the key announcements from the Chancellor's latest Budget .
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