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British Gas has announced that it will pay out £50 to around 340,000 customers on its Essentials social tariff, to help them pay for their winter energy bills.
Customers of energy company E.On will see a 9% increase in electricity prices and a 3% rise in gas prices from 4th February.
A further 450,000 workers will recieve demands for unpaid income tax from HM Revenue & Customs as the PAYE error fiasco deepens.
The Bank of England has held its interest rates at 0.5% and decided not to pump more money into the financial system.
A quarter of a million pensioners will have their tax bills written off, the taxman has announced.
The jobs market may be recovering, according to the latest report from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
Oil once again threatens to break the $100 barrier - we ask a few analysts if it will make it there, and what lies in store for the future.
The City is responsible for rather more than 20pc of tax revenues - the UK economy would be in a state of ruin without it.
The world has moved a step closer to a food price shock after the US cut stock forecasts for key crops, sending corn and soyabean prices to the highest level in 30 months.
Stock markets in America closed at their highest levels for more than two years, led by banking stocks.
Prime Minister David Cameron has hinted the rise in VAT from 17.5% to 20% will be permanent but he hopes other measures to tackle the budget deficit such as the 50p tax rate for top earners would eventually be scrapped.
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