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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

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

Government unveils Pensioner Bond rates – and they're market-leading

Pensioner Bonds will pay market-leading rates of 2.8% on a one-year bond and 4% on a three-year bond from January 2015

Ryanair gives Easter boost with early "air tax refunds" for U12s

Ryanair is refunding APD for under 12s on flights departing from 27 March 2015 onwards

Average rail fares to rise 2.2% from January

Hard-pressed rail commuters in England, Wales and Scotland face average price increases of 2.2% from 2 January 2015

Personal tax allowance to rise: Autumn Statement 2014

From April 2015, the Government will raise the amount of income workers can earn before they pay tax to £10,600

Martin Lewis's instant reaction to the Autumn Statement 2014

MoneySavingExpert.com creator Martin Lewis gives his instant reaction on today's Autumn Statement

Postgrads will be able to apply for loan of up to £10,000: Autumn Statement 2014

Postgraduate students aged under 30-years-old will for the first time be able to apply for a student loan

Over-55s get green light to use their pension like a bank account

People will be able to take a series of series of lump sums from their pension fund instead of just one from April 2015

Pension inheritance penalty tax to be axed

Chancellor George Osborne has announced he will abolish a 55% penalty tax on passing on pension pots