Posted on: 19 May, 22
Rising inflation and increases in taxes are set to leave millions worse off in 2022. Households are already grappling with the worst cost of living crisis in a generation but budgets have been further squeezed by a ra$ of price and tax rises.
Inflation is the highest it has been for 30 years, and no one is immune to the effects of rising costs of energy, petrol, food, as well as tax. National Insurance increased by 1.25 percentage points from 6 April...
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