Housing emphasis evokes past politicians

Osborne stirs Thatcher and Blair memories

Q&A

Q&A: Your Budget questions answered

Chancellor, what did you do for us?

pile of money

High earners lose out in tax shake-up

More income subject to higher-rate levy

CTFS may be switched into Jisas

Government consulting on move

Two sides of the same tarnished coin

It’s a mistake to think Cyprus and the UK Budget aren’t linked

Why I condemn this Budget to the house

Mortgage support schemes carry big long-term risks

Q&A: Childcare voucher scheme

Budget measure to help pay for professional care

Q&A: Help to Buy package

What does it mean for homebuyers?

Investors avoid the fiscal dragnet

Incentives to spend, borrow and invest

Measures to boost property and investment

More help for mortgage market

Budget: what the experts think

Personal finance experts respond to the speech

Osborne bids to help homebuyers

‘Help to Buy’ aims to improve loan availability

Parents gain choice on savings

Cash in low-rate accounts to be transferred to higher-paying Isas

Ministers consider property for Sipps

Surprise consultation announced in Budget

Stamp duty on Aim shares abolished

Move to revitalise the ailing junior market

Podcast: The FT verdict on Budget 2013

FT Reporters discuss the political, economic and personal finance consequences of the speech

Equitable Life compensation boost

New payments for policies bought before 1992

Tax breaks for employee shareholders

Shares exempted from NI and income tax

Capital gains tax extension for SEIS

CGT holiday to continue for two years

Budget: measures already in the pipeline

Many measures revealed in the Autumn Statement

Squeezed middle battles financial pain

Disposable income hit by rising bills and stagnating wages

Data expose ‘squeezed middle’ myth

Squeeze on incomes appears to be tightest for the gilded classes

Tories use childcare to woo voters

More money promised for parents

Chancellor set to extend mortgage support

Osborne to unveil plan to extend government programme in Budget

Budget predictions from experts

Tax avoidance moves could fund allowance rise

Budget: What’s already announced

Many measures revealed in the Autumn Statement

Osborne faces Tory calls to help families

Chancellor urged to use Budget to ease cost-of-living pressures

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