The Chancellor didn't disappoint experts who predicted a low-key budget. He has, after all, just abolished it, so there will be just one major 'fiscal event' a year, starting with the Autumn Budget later this year, when more major policy announcements on tax and finance matters are expected.
His key announcements were about preparing public finances for Brexit and new measures to help pay for long-term social care: £2bn over the next three years, including £1bn for 2017-18. He also announced the government will look to strengthen consumer rights by making T&Cs clearer and clamping down on unexpected charges.
But the Chancellor also announced changes that will affect savings, investments, household bills and family finances, including a rise in National Insurance for self-employed workers.