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Summer Budget 2015: Peer-to-peer savings to be included in ISAs

Peer-to-peer savers will be able to get their 'interest' tax-free from April 2016

Martin Lewis: The 10 changes I'd make to Britain

What would you tweak about the UK? I'm not talking about big contentious change – but quick fixes for life glitches

What is the number one MoneySaving life hack?

How to watch TV legally without paying the licence fee is your ultimate life hack, being read a whopping 118,900 times

15 life hacks fight to be your ultimate MoneySaver

What'll triumph in the battle of the savers? The contenders: a year's 2for1 films, Easyjet refund, 16 years free music

10 savings rate boosting tricks

10 tricks to boost your savings interest. Rates are pants, complaining does nowt, so become an active saver to win

You've a new £15,240 ISA allowance - get 2.25% interest

Everyone aged 16 or over now has a brand-new £15,240 cash ISA allowance - here are the 10 need-to-knows

It's the start of the new financial year: Here's what's changing

From today a host of changes take force, including new pension freedoms, new ISA allowances and new tax rates

Cash ISA year ends Sunday: Get up to 2.25% tax-free interest

The tax year ends on 5 April, so there are just days left for any UK over-16 to use their £15,000 tax-free ISA allowance

Does loyalty pay when it comes to cash ISAs?

Some providers have upped cash ISA rates for savers who also have a current account with them. But does loyalty pay?

11 ways to beat new tax year changes: Act now and you can gain £1,000s

Massive changes are afoot both for the new tax year and many parts of the public sector change their prices then too

Budget 2015: Martin's reaction to the savings changes creator Martin Lewis gives his instant reaction on the savings changes announced in today's Budget

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