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Key points - Ed Miliband unveiled Labour plan to cut university tuition fees in England and Wales by £3,000 to £6,000 - David Cameron and Nick Clegg announced further devolution of powers to Wales - Nigel Farage addressed UKIP's spring ... BBC, 1 day ago

Managing irregular income

By WACEKE NDUATI OMANGA More by Many people are not on a standard salary. There are those who survive on irregular sources of income. You may be a sales person whose income is fully or partially paid via commission. You may be self-employed and ...
 Daily Nation1 day ago

Labour plans £2.7bn pension raid to cut student fees

Labour leader Ed Miliband hasannounced plans to take £2.7 billion from pension savers in order to fund a cut instudent fees, if he wins the general election. Labour wants toreduce tuition fees for university students from £9,000 to £6,000 and ...
 Citywire1 day ago Proposed pension tax relief changes: how they affect you  ExecReview.com2 days ago Labour reveals plans to cut pension tax reliefs  Citywire1 day ago

U.S. take note: When Russia's economy takes a hit, politicians get their salaries cut

RIA Novosti / Evgenya Novozhenina The Russian president has ordered salary cuts of 10 percent for all members of his administration , Vladimir Putin's press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, who is also deputy head of the administration, has told ...
 Sott.net1 day ago Putin announces 10% salary cuts in his administration  Russia Today2 days ago

Salaried Class: Direct Relief, Indirect Taxing

HYDERABAD: Did you know that individuals like you and I fund 51 per cent of the country's total tax earnings? Though almost in every annual Budget, the government tweaks income-tax (I-T) exemption limit bringing cheer to individuals, taxes on ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago

High mutual fund fees could delay your retirement by several years, report warns

High mutual fund fees could cause Canadians to delay their retirement by as much as 11 years or else leave them with 40 per cent less money for their retirement, says a report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The think-tank ...
 CBC4 days ago

Investment fees are too high, and it's up to us to fix that: Amanda Lang

Investment fees are too high in Canada, Amanda Lang writes. Canadians are allowing themselves to be gouged, and losing a great deal of their own retirement income in the process. Anyone extolling the virtues of saving for your retirement often ...
 CBC4 days ago Amanda Lang: Investment fees are too high, and it's up to us to change that  CBC4 days ago


Mumbai: The 15% increase in salaries agreed to on Monday between the bank unions and the Indian Banks Association (IBA) amounts to an annual increase of R4,725 crore primarily for public sector banks. Several banks — among them Central Bank of ...
 IPA Newspack.com5 days ago

What higher uni fees mean for you

Much has been written about the proposed deregulation of university fees and what higher costs in some courses will mean for students. Less considered is the effect of higher tuition fees on companies who recruit students as graduates or later in ...
 WA Today1 week ago
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Salary sacrifice difficult for most people

Retiring well: Planning to salary sacrifice early on can make your later years much more comfortable. Photo: Glenn Hunt Much is made of the generous caps or limits that people can salary sacrifice into their super. However, the reality is that most ...
 WA Today1 week ago
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