George Osborne's announcement of a new Lifetime ISA which will allow under-40s to receive £1 for every £4 saved on up to £4,000 has split industry commentators.
In his eighth Budget as Chancellor, Osborne also announced that the UK's growth target for 2016 was revised down to 2% by the Office for Budget Responsibility, from its November target of 2.4%, due to...
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