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Summer Budget 2015: Millions to face benefit cuts

Sweeping changes have been made to our benefits system as Osborne attempts to find the cuts he promised in his manifesto

Summer Budget 2015: Income taxes to be cut

The Chancellor is to bring forward planned increases to both the personal allowance and the higher rate tax thresholds

Summer Budget 2015: Martin's reaction

Watch Martin Lewis's thoughts on the new National Living Wage, student maintenance grants being scrapped and more

Summer Budget 2015: Buy-to-let landlords hit by reduced tax breaks

Chancellor George Osborne's announcement will cap the amount that landlords can claim on mortgage interest payments

Summer Budget 2015: Inheritance tax threshold to rise to £1m on properties

Parents will be able to leave homes worth up to £1 million to their children without paying inheritance tax from 2020

Budget 2015: Annual self-assessment tax return to be scrapped in its current form

The annual self-assessment tax return is to be scrapped and replaced with a 'digital tax account' from early next year

Budget 2015: Help to Buy ISAs to launch

First-time buyers will get £50 for every £200 saved up to a maximum of £3,000, under the new Help to Buy ISA scheme

Budget 2015: Mini tax cut announced

The majority of people will get a small tax cut over the next few years, under new changes to the personal allowance

Budget 2015: ISAs to become more flexible

ISA savers will soon have the flexibility to be able to take money out of their ISAs and put it back in

Budget 2015: Personal Savings Allowance to launch

Basic rate tax payers will be able to earn £1,000 in interest before paying tax

New pension freedoms means it pays to know when you'll die

In tomorrow's Budget, the Chancellor is likely be lauding the most radical changes to private pensions for a generation

Peer-to-Peer lending to move into the mainstream in 2015

Christine Farnish, chair of the Peer-to-Peer Finance Association, explains why 2015 will see P2P lending go mainstream