Top rate of Income Tax reduces to 45% in 2013
Income Tax personal allowance up to £9,205 in 2013
Higher Stamp Duty for properties over £2 million
Child Benefit reduced for high earner households
3p on a pint of beer, 11p on wine, 37p on 20 cigarettes
Increased superfast broadband access
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has delivered his third Budget, outlining how the government plans to raise and spend money during the coming year.
The full Budget Report contains the detailed text and figures behind the Budget announcements.
The documents are available on the HM Treasury website in a PDF format. You can download the entire report in one file or chapter-by-chapter.
The personal allowance will rise to £9,205 in April 2013
The new Income Tax rates for the 2012-13 tax year were published in December 2011 and will start on 6 April 2012.
Child Benefit will begin to be withdrawn for households where someone has an income of over £50,000
The new rates for the State Pension and benefits for 2012-13 were published in December. These rates start in April 2012.
The UK economy is predicted to grow by 0.8 per cent this year, and by 2 per cent in 2013
A visual representation of the Chancellor's 2012 Budget speech. The size of each word reflects how often it was used.
Find out about the March 2011 Budget where the Chancellor announced changes to taxes and benefits, as well as spending plans for the public sector.
Details of pensions and benefits rates have been announced. The new rates will be paid from April.
Income Tax allowances and bands for the 2012-13 tax year have been published. These will come into effect from Friday 6 April 2012.