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Savers unaware of new £15,000 ISA limit

  •  23 Apr, 2014
Egg with the words ISA written on it

Just under a quarter of people who have ISAs are unaware they will be able to save up to £15,000 tax-free from 1 July, new research reveals.

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The new ISA explained

ISA egg

George Osborne gave savers a Budget-day boost by announcing significant reforms to the ISA system. We explain all about the new ISA and what it means for savers.

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Budget 2014: Bingo, beer & potholes

Bingo tax video teaser

See what Chancellor George Osborne had in store for potholes, bingo and beer in the 2014 Budget, which he presented to the nation on Wednesday afternoon.

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Top six takeaways from the 2014 Budget

Pound coins and calculator

Are you Confused.com about the 2014 Budget? Here are six things you need to know when it comes to the Budget and your finances.

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21 dumb driving selfies

Driver takes a selfie

Since Instagram launched in 2010, more than 10,000 pictures have been tagged with #DrivingSelfie or #DrivingSelfies. Here are just a few of them.

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A video guide to the Budget

George Osborne holding Budget briefcase video teaser

Chancellor George Osborne has presented the UK's budget for the coming year. But what is the Budget? This video from the Treasury explains all.

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Smartphone, dumb driver

Driver taking a 'selfie' behind the wheel

Nearly 1 in 10 motorists have had an accident after using their phone at the wheel, and 7% of drivers have taken photos while in control of their vehicle.

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Cut your tax bill while there’s still time

Word tax being cut by scissors

There is not long until the end of the financial year. We look at last-minute strategies to reduce what you pay the taxman.

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Insurance, car tax, MOTs and the law

Judge holding law book and gavel

Millions of drivers are facing fines and even court action because they don't realise that insurance, car tax and regular MOTs are required by law.

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