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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

Summer Budget 2015: Student grant and loan system faces overhaul

University maintenance grants are to be scrapped and replaced with an enlarged maintenance loan, Osborne has announced

Summer Budget 2015: New National Living Wage to be introduced (but it's less than the current Living Wage)

A new National Living Wage will be introduced from April 2016 but it's not all it's cracked up to be

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: Pensions overhaul proposed

Sweeping changes could be on the way to how we save for a pension, the Chancellor announced in the Summer Budget today

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

Reclaim Air Passenger Duty for under 12s explains how those who've already paid APD for flights after 1 May can reclaim up to £97

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: 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