Self-employed workers could soon see incomes hit – why? This is Money podcast

Self-employed workers could soon see incomes hit thanks to tax changes – will you be one of them? The This is Money podcast

Changes in tax rules that will be introduced next year could hit the income of anyone who’s self-employed – such as IT experts and business consultants.

Editor Simon Lambert, assistant editor Lee Boyce and host Georgie Frost look at why it is being called a ‘ticking timebomb’ for contractors.

Elsewhere, as the PPI deadline fast approaches, what will it mean for banks and consumers – and why you should DIY a claim before it’s too late.

Things go from bad to worse for Neil Woodford investors, as money will be locked in now until December at the earliest.

The Financial Conduct comes in for criticism after failing to warn savers about a scam they knew about for nearly a month resulting in huge financial losses for three of our readers.

And John Lewis gives advice on where to stash valuables before heading away with help from six ex-burglars.

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