The Budget tells us what the government plans to spend money on over the next financial year, and how it plans to raise money from businesses and taxpayers. This mean the Budget always has implications for your finances.
On March 19, we will learn much more about the government’s plans to levy taxes, as well as the amount it’s planning to dedicate to various areas of public spending, such as health, education, defence and transport.
Budget day has the potential to change your finances, from the amount of income tax you pay to the price of a Cornish pasty. Find out more about the Budget in our animated video below.
Which? will be covering all the latest news on the 2014 Budget, and how it might impact your finances.
Stay up-to-date by visiting our Budget 2014 hub.