The first televised election debate kicks off on Channel 4 tonight, with a predictable focus on the state of the economy.
Ask the Chancellors brings the Treasury's current incumbent, Alistair Darling, face-to-face with the two men who want his job.
The Conservatives' George Osborne and Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable will join Darling to face tough questions from host Krishnan Guru-Murphy and a live audience.
With less than six weeks until a likely General Election, all three will attempt to convince the public and Britain's businesses they are the best person to run the UK economy.
Alistair Darling will seek to defend his 2010 Budget, while Osborne and Cable will tell us what they would do differently if they moved into 11 Downing Street.
George Osborne's promised reversal of National Insurance rises, announced this morning, will also come under the scrutiny of the Labour and Liberal Democrat money men.
Questions will be taken from the studio audience and a selection of queries e-mailed by people from across the UK.
Ask the Chancellors will be broadcast live on Channel 4 at 8pm tonight. Let us know your thoughts.
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