Working families across Staffordshire Moorlands can look forward to having more money in their pockets – thanks to a range of new Government measures coming into effect this week.
Giving 32 million people an income tax cut, including 36,785 people in Staffordshire Moorlands, meaning people can keep more of what they earn, on average £1,205.
Freezing fuel duty for the ninth successive year saving the typical driver saving the average car driver £1,000 by 2020 compared to Labour’s plans.
Giving a £690 annual pay increase to over 2.4 million workers through the National Living Wage – benefiting around 181,000 people in the West Midlands.
Giving people more dignity and security in their retirement in Staffordshire Moorlands by increasing the full State Pension by 2.6 per cent this year, meaning people will get nearly £170 more a year.