Backlash over first-time buyer subsidies

Experts fear Help to Buy Isa will simply push up prices

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PORTRAIT OF OMAI by Sir Joshua Reynolds goes on display at Tate Britain as part of a large exhibitions of the artists work opening on 26th May

Old masters no longer count as wasting assets

Loophole allowed stately homes to avoid capital gains tax

Income tax fillip for all except middle earners

Changes are offset by moves into higher rate tax

Death of the self-assessment return

Launch of digital accounts

Tax-free allowance for savers

Proposal undermines the attraction of cash Isas

Plan to allow crowdfunding in Isas

Potential boost for fast-growing sector

Measures to woo savers

More flexibility for Isas and additional tax breaks

Pension tax freedoms extended to annuities

Lifetime tax-free allowance cut to £1m

Experts react to chancellor’s speech

Comment on tax, pensions and savings

Budget 2015: How your personal finances could be affected

Matthew Vincent interviews three tax experts on what the Budget means for you

NI boost for the self-employed

Modest giveaway of £143 a year

First-time buyers get Isa deposit subsidy

Aspiring homeowners to get £50 for every £200 saved

Osborne to reward savers with tax break

Budget move would help those suffering from low interest rates

What will the Budget rabbit be this year?

Osborne may find the money for one last big gesture

Traded annuities ‘could see 20% discount’

Insurer estimates second-hand savings valuations

UK annuities: the price of freedom

Osborne might create a secondary market, but there are risks

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