Autumn Budget offers plenty of positives for police officers

Police officers can benefit greatly from a number of announcements made in October's Autumn Budget.

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9 Most Frequently-Asked Police Pay Questions

With the recent release of the 2018/19 Pay Scales for Police Officers across the UK, here we offer a brief FAQ to address some of the most common questions surrounding police pay.

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Police Pay Award 2018/19 Announced

The Government has announced a 2% pay award for police officers in 2018/19, effective from 1 September 2018. Our useful guide offers clear information on how salaries are affected for officers at each rank and pay point.

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The first-time buyer’s guide to finding a mortgage deal

Now is a good time to be looking for your first home. First-time buyers have been helped by the recent stamp duty tax breaks and savings schemes like the Lifetime ISA.

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​Don't let surprise bills eat into your police pay

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a police constable on the beat or a chief superintendent; a bill you didn’t budget for always hurts. 

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16 Discounted Ways to Relax and Unwind

Like anyone with a stressful job, people working in the police service need ways to relax and unwind - however, hobbies can be expensive.

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The 9 Most Frequently-Asked Police Pay Questions

Here we attempt to answer many of the common questions to do with police pay. To help us we’ve enlisted the services of Metfriendly Board member Joanna Young.

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All you Need to Know About the Police Payslip

You get your payslip – and your eyes go straight to the bottom righthand corner. How much did you get! And fair enough too – but just what do all those other parts mean?

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Police Pay Award 2017/18 Announced

On 12 September 2017, the government announced a 2% pay award for police officers in 2017/18. Our handy guide will show you how salaries for each rank and paypoint have been affected.

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How to Improve your Credit Rating

Your credit score is one of the most important numbers you should be aware of. Unless you have won Euromillions, or happen to be the Duke of Westminster, at some point in your future you will probably need to access credit.

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