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Competition hots up in the current account market

Competition hots up in the current account market

Current account market rates beginning to improve

Budget 2014: Timeline of key announcements

Budget 2014: Timeline of key announcements

Which? lists all of the key announcements from Budget 2014 that affect your finances chronologically, starting with those that will be introduced first.

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Thousands of credit card holders due compensation

Thousands of credit card holders due compensation

Almost half a million credit and store card holders are to receive compensation, following an investigation into the small print presented to customers.

Budget 2014: Pension restrictions lifted

Which? reacts to George Osborne's changes to pension rules - giving free access to definded contribution funds and providing impartial advice on annuities.

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Budget 2014: Personal tax changes

Budget 2014: Personal tax changes

Which? reacts to Chancellor George Osborne's decision to announce changes to personal tax allowance and the higher rate threshold in his 2014 Budget.

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Budget 2014: Housing and property changes

Budget 2014: Housing and property changes

Which? highlights the key housing and property announcements in this year's Budget.

Budget 2014: Savings changes

Which? reacts to Chancellor George Osborne's changes to the savings market in his 2014 Budget.

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Budget 2014: The main highlights

Budget 2014: The main highlights

Which? reacts to George Osborne's 2014 Budget in which major changes to savings and pensions were announced.

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Budget 2014: what do we already know?

Budget 2014: what do we already know?

Which? gives you an overview of the changes we already know will be confirmed in George Osborne's Budget 2014 speech on March 19.

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Budget 2014: Help to Buy to be extended

Budget 2014: Help to Buy to be extended

Chancellor George Osborne will announce a four-year extension of the Help to Buy equity loans scheme in the 2014 Budget.

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