What do National Insurance cuts mean for your wages?

The government is reducing the amount of National Insurance average working people in the UK must pay.

The change means those earning the average salary of £35,400 will receive £450 more in their pay packet.

Explained: What the fall in inflation means for you

Lower inflation means maintaining the purchasing power of  your money.

A Treasury economist explains what falling inflation means for you.

Cost of Living Payments: Who is eligible?

You may be entitled to up to three Cost of Living Payments of £301, £300 and £299.

Find out if you’re entitled to a Cost of Living Payment.

What the changes to the National Living Wage mean for you

From April, the National Living Wage will increase from £10.42 to £11.44 an hour.

This is a pay boost of over £1,800 a year for a full-time worker.


Prime Minister Rishi Sunak shares 5 ways he’ll grow the economy

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has outlined his long-term plan to grow the economy.

Find out the five key areas he will focus on to improve prosperity in the UK.

Five things to know about the Autumn Statement

The Chancellor has confirmed an increase to the National Living Wage, the National Minimum Wage, the minimum hourly wage for apprentices.