New chancellor Rishi Sunak has delivered his first Budget – featuring a cigarette price hike, sick pay changes, new tax thresholds and minimum wage rates.
There were also a string of measures designed to help the UK economy survive the global outbreak of coronavirus and changes to ISA limits and stamp duty.
"We have just had an election where people voted for change," Sunak said in his speech to the House of Commons.
"Change in our economy, change in our public services, change in the cost of living, change in our economic geography.
"This Budget delivers on that change."
But what does all that change mean for your pay packet and bank balance?
To find out, we've teamed up with accountancy firm Blick Rothenberg to bring you this Budget calculator.
Simply fill in your details in the form below to find out.
You may need a little patience while it loads, but it won't take you long to fill out!
What else will affect me?
While that covers your personal tax changes, they're not quite the only things that will be affected.
Read our full guide to find out what the Budget 2020 means for you and you can read about the rest of the key measures – including plans to help with coronavirus – here.
And that wasn't the only major financial announcement today – with the Bank of England kicking things off at 7am with a major change to interest rates.
This is how you'll be affected by it.
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