With Britain's finances in a delicate state, and expectations of economic growth revised downwards, George Osborne didn't have much to play with in this year's Budget. So what do the measures he announced mean for you and for the economy?
George Osborne managed to keep the financial markets relatively happy with his Budget. But the bad news for investors is that life is unlikely to get any easier in the short term. John Stepek explains why, and looks at what you should be doing to protect yourself.
The Budget contained some great news for struggling first-time buyers. I don't mean the latest shared ownership scheme, which they should simply ignore. I'm talking about a tax change that could transform the private rental sector.
George Osborne's Budget contained some groundbreaking changes to UK energy policy. James McKeigue examines the impact on the industry, and picks the sectors most likely to benefit.