IFAonline today brings you LIVE coverage of all the measures in what is being dubbed a 'steady-as-she-goes' Budget package.
Log on to IFAonline from 12.30pm as we bring you measure-by-measure coverage as Chancellor George Osborne makes his statement to the House of Commons.
A team of experts including AIFA's Robert Sinclair, Bath IFA Kate Brookes and Rathbone's Julian Chillingworth will also be giving their thoughts on the implications of the Budget during a live interactive session from 3.30pm.
The Chancellor is expected to announce the amount people can earn before paying tax will be increased by around £600 from April next year.
He is also expected to pledge some £250m to help 10,000 first-time buyers purchase newly-built properties.
Elsewhere, advisers say they hope the coalition government will at least signal an intension to bring the top rate of tax back from 50% to 40%.
Commentators also anticipate Osborne will announce he is considering abolishing the divide between NI and income tax. Measures on tax avoidance, VCTs and banks are also expected.
Meanwhile, experts say the forecast for economic growth this year will be revised downward after figures showed a 0.6% contraction in the last three months of 2010.
But they also believe borrowing figures will not be as high as previously anticipated - up to £10bn lower than the £158bn predicted in last June's emergency Budget.
Figures released on Tuesday showed the CPI annual rate of inflation had risen to 4.4% from 4% in January, driven by food, fuel and clothing costs.
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