Lifetime ISAs and income tax thresholds among personal finance changes

GEORGE Osborne was keen to emphasise that the Conservatives make a "Government for working people" as he announced measures raising the personal tax threshold and supporting the under 40s in their efforts to save.

One of the standout announcements the Chancellor was a lifetime ISA, allowing younger people major incentives to save for a pension or to buy a house, as he attempted to "put the next generation first."

He admitted that under 40s "haven't had a good deal from the pensions system" and for every £4 saved, the G... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...