This week's edition of Money Box focused closely on the financial changes announced.
Who wins and who loses? We heard from worried tax payers and examined the detail with:
Mike Brewer from the Institute for Fiscal Studies
Pensions and charities
One listener who will pay more tax is worried her pension and charity contributions will suffer.
Paul Lewis put her concerns to John Whiting of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Stephen Yeo from actuaries Watson Wyatt.
Financial Assistance Scheme
The chancellor also announced an extension to the Financial Assistance Scheme, which helps people whose company pensions were wound up.
We spoke to one man who will benefit - Trevor Ryan, a former worker with Allied Steel & Wire whose pension scheme was wound up in 2002.
And we discussed the development with pensions expert Ros Altmann.
Bank account warning
The Royal Bank of Scotland has warned UK staff they could face disciplinary action if their main account is not one operated by the firm.
The bank said its policy is in line with other leading banks
A letter to staff obtained by union Amicus revealed the bank's policy.
Bob Howard has been investigating.
BBC Radio 4's Money Box was broadcast on Saturday, 24 March 2007 at 1204 GMT.
The programme was repeated on Sunday, 25 March 2007 at 2102 GMT.