Chancellor writes to lenders after 'mortgage prisoner' meeting with Martin Lewis – but more must be done
George Osborne has written to lenders following a meeting with Martin Lewis about the plight of 'mortgage prisoners'
Many major providers have announced how much their Help to Buy ISAs will pay in light of their launch tomorrow
Today's Autumn Statement saw a hidden retrospective hike in student loans repayments, a U-turn on cutting tax credits
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Osborne also revealed that those who leave the UK for more than four weeks at a time will no longer get pension credit
The current Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme will be replaced by a new energy efficiency scheme from April 2017
The Government has today announced a U-turn on major tax credit cuts proposed in the Summer Budget
Today's Autumn Statement reveals the ISA, JISA and CTF thresholds will be frozen next year
HSBC, Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, and Newcastle Building Society are the latest to say they'll offer Help to Buy ISAs
'Road tax' rates are to be shaken up for new cars from 2017, while a new 'Roads Fund' is to be established in England
Individuals and businesses who owe more than £1,000 to HMRC may have their funds raided for the money owed
Peer-to-peer savers will be able to get their 'interest' tax-free from April 2016
University maintenance grants are to be scrapped and replaced with an enlarged maintenance loan, Osborne has announced
Sweeping changes have been made to our benefits system as Osborne attempts to find the cuts he promised in his manifesto
The Chancellor is to bring forward planned increases to both the personal allowance and the higher rate tax thresholds
Sweeping changes could be on the way to how we save for a pension, the Chancellor announced in the Summer Budget today