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Summer Budget 2015: 'Road tax' rates to change for new car owners

'Road tax' rates are to be shaken up for new cars from 2017, while a new 'Roads Fund' is to be established in England

DVLA extends time frame to get hire car code following criticism

Hire car 'check codes' are now valid for 21 days, up from the previous three days

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

Tax-Free Childcare scheme delayed until 2017

Parents waiting for the Government's new Tax-Free Childcare scheme to launch this autumn will now have to wait till 2017

Martin Lewis explains what a 'Grexit' could mean for your holiday

Many in the UK are worried about forthcoming holidays booked to Greece

Mortgage benefit to be cut for 167,000 struggling households

From 6 July, the amount the Government pays to recipients of its 'Support for Mortgage Interest' scheme will fall

Hiring a car? You'll need a DVLA code from today

The paper counterpart of photocard driving licences is being replaced with a new online system from today

Warning: Save £1,000s on childcare before it's too late

While the Prime Minister is touting more free childcare hours for 3 and 4-year-olds, there's a hidden big change coming

Queen's Speech 2015: Taxes to be frozen for five years

Measures to ban income tax, VAT and national insurance rises over the next five years have been announced by the Queen

Voting today? You don't need a poll card

If you want to vote today but don't have a poll card, fear not, you can vote without it

Drivers collectively pay 'double' after tax disc overhaul, says AA

The Government has made millions from the 'double taxing' of cars following its radical move to scrap paper tax discs

Reclaim Air Passenger Duty for under 12s

MoneySavingExpert.com explains how those who've already paid APD for flights after 1 May can reclaim up to £97