July Budget 2015 summary: All the personal finance measures announced by George Osborne during his speech

Today's Budget may not have included as many measures aimed at pensioners and first-time buyers as last time; today, George Osborne seemed more intent on telling firms that Britain was "open for business".

Osborne's headline grabber this time around was inheritance tax and the creation of a family home allowance which will help people "pass on their home to children and grandchildren after death".

With that allowance added to the existing rate, the total tax-free allowance will rise to £1m by 2020.

Elsewhere, Osborne hiked the amount people need to earn to be charged the 40 per cent rate of tax, and introduced new measures for buy-to-let landlords. Here's an at-a-glance summary of everything Osborne said:

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