Martin Lewis reveals workers aged 22 and over are in for a pay rise in April

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WORKERS aged 22 or over are set to get a pay rise from April but you won’t get to spend it until retirement, reveals Martin Lewis. That’s because over the coming months the amount that your employer has to contribute to your pension pot will increase – but it means that your take home pay […]
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