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State pension risen 41% in 11 years

@peter_IFAMAG reads Twitter so you don’t have to.


New triple lock pension rise announced; the state pension will now have risen 41% in 11 years, reports The Institute for Fiscal Studies. New flat-rate state pensions will increase from £4.40 a week to £179.60. Meanwhile, UK auditors told to detect fraud in accounting standard plotted by industry watchdog.

Starling Bank founder, Anne Boden, set to release tell all memoir.

Robert Collins does a back of the envelope calculation for Monzo’s premium account economics.

Tabby Kinder reports UK audit watchdog plot ‘unambiguous’ accounting standards for big four auditors.

Josephine Cumbo reports state pension flat rate rise.

Andy Verity comments on the triple lock pension rise in the thread here.

UK borrowing has now surpassed the level it was during World War 2.


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