What is your new tax-free personal savings allowance?

95% of savers will no longer have to pay tax on their interest after George Osborne unveiled a new personal savings allowance in the 2015 budget. We examine if this change helps you, and how much extra you will earn.

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Are you smarter than a politician?

Politicians and celebrities alike are mocked for being out of touch with the cost of everyday items, but are you any better? Prove it: play our quiz and put your knowledge to the test.

What are flexible ISAs?

Soon you will have much more freedom when you save in a cash ISA after George Osborne announced the introduction on a new flexible ISA. So what are Flexible ISAs, and how does it differ from the current rules?

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What are the new pension freedoms?

The pension revolution continued today as the Chancellor announced further changes that will give more people than ever greater choice when it comes to their retirement fund. So what has changed?

Will You Be Penalised for Paying Off Your Mortgage Early?

Paying off your mortgage early could save you thousands in interest but if you're not careful you could also be hit with hefty charges too. We explain how early repayment charges can affect you and whether you can avoid them.

A 3 Minute Guide to The Budget 2015

George Osborne announced the 2015 Budget to a packed House of Commons at 12.30pm on Wednesday 18th March, 2015. Here we explain exactly what it all means for your finances.

Summer Budget 2015: A 3 minute summary

George Osborne has delivered his first Conservative majority budget to a packed House of Commons, and his first since the 2015 Coalition Budget in March. We explain how the key announcements affect your finances.

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