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Inflation falls to 3%

The UK consumer price index fell to 3 per cent in January, down from December’s 3.1 per cent. This is the fourth consecutive monthly fall from a high of 5.2 per cent last September. The retail price index fell to 0.1 per cent, its lowest amount since 1960.

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Since the introduction of auto-enrolment in 2012, it has been a popular topic in the press. Recent media focus has been geared towards small and micro employers; however attention is set to return to the UK’s largest businesses as they prepare for re-enrolment. Johnson Fleming has produced a useful guide that provides essential information to help you […]

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