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Budget 2020: state pension to increase by 3.9% from April 2020

Budget 2020: state pension to increase by 3.9% from April 2020

New Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak confirmed in today’s Budget that the state pension will rise by 3.9% in the 2020-21 tax year as well as changes to the lifetime annual allowance.

Budget 2020: tax on alcohol frozen but smokers will pay more

Budget 2020: tax on alcohol frozen but smokers will pay more

Find out what the Budget announced about 'sin taxes' on alcohol, tobacco and sugary soft drinks.

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Budget 2020: what it means for your income tax bill

Budget 2020: what it means for your income tax bill

Which? explains how the Budget will (and won't) affects income tax, and how to work out your own bill.

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Budget 2020: air passenger duty increased despite coronavirus hitting airlines

Budget 2020: air passenger duty increased despite coronavirus hitting airlines

Despite calls from the industry to halve Air Passenger Duty, it will increase for long haul flights. Here's what it means for travellers.

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Budget 2020: Government commits to protecting access to cash

Budget 2020: Government commits to protecting access to cash

Which?'s campaign to save coins and notes succeeds as the government confirms measures protecting cash in the Budget. 

Budget 2020: £2.5bn pledged to fix the UK’s pothole problem

Budget 2020: £2.5bn pledged to fix the UK’s pothole problem

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has announced £2.5bn in funding to fix 50 million potholes across the UK over the next five years. The funding package, part of the...

Budget 2020: date, predictions and rumours

Budget 2020: date, predictions and rumours

The 2020 Budget date has been confirmed for Wednesday 11 March. But what will the new chancellor announce, and how will it affect your finances?

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UK’s free cash system is on the brink of collapse: could you help save it?

UK’s free cash system is on the brink of collapse: could you help save it?

For years Which? has been revealing the extent of the UK's cash crisis. Now it's time for the government to act.

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