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2015 Summer Budget Summary

The Chancellor looked confident and relaxed, as well he might with the support of a Conservative majority behind him. It would, he said, be ‘a Budget for working people, as Britain looks to create a higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare country.’

2015 Budget Summary: The Election Budget

The Chancellor gave his Election Budget on 18th March. All of the well-trailed measures were included with help for savers, more flexibility with pensions. There was also a shake up of the ISA rules and the introduction of a new ‘Help to Buy’ ISA to help first-time buyers.