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The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced the Budget for 2013/14.
Find out what the Budget 2013 means for you
A number of changes to the benefits system have already been announced and will be coming into force over the next few months.
Did the Chancellor deliver for older people?
Changes to the benefits system - what you need to know
Chancellor brings forward pension and social care reform (18.3.2013)
In the video below, Jane Vass, Age UK's Head of Policy, sets out the 5 main things we would like to see in this year's Budget, and how they will benefit people in later life.
5 things Age UK would like to see in the 2013 Budget - Jane Vass Age UKs Head of Policy explains the 5 main things Age UK would like to see in the Governments 2013 Budget and how these will help people in later life
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Budget 2012 - your reaction to announcements
Find out what the 2012 Budget means for you
Government defends 'granny tax' (23 Mar 2012)
Fears over George Osborne's 'granny tax' plans (22 Mar 2012)
Age UK's response to the Budget 2012
Download our detailed response to the Budget 2012
Read what we thought the Chancellor might announce
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