Here is what he announced:
Stamp duty reformed
The Chancellor announced a complete reform of stamp duty.
The new rates will be:
No tax up to £125,000; 2% up to £250,000; 5% up to £925,000; 10% up to £1.5million; 12% on properties over that.
The new rates will reduce stamp duty for 98% of buyers, said the Chancellor and they they will become effective from Midnight tonight - anyone in the middle of buying can choose whether to pay the old or new rates.
Income tax rates
The personal tax free allowance will be raised to £10,600
The higher tax threshold wiill increase to £42,385 next year.
The Chancellor announced that small business rate relief will be doubled for another year.
Peer-to-peer lending will also be encouraged.
Funding for Lending for small business has been extended by a further year.
Pensions: Abolishing death-tax
People will now be able to pass on pensions when they die tax-free before the age of 75.
You will now also be able to pass on your ISA tax-free when you die.
Frozen Fuel Duty
George Osborne confirmed that fuel duty will remain frozen.
Air Passenger Duty on children's flights
Air Passenger Duty on children's flights under 12 will be scrapped, which will reduce the cost of long haul flights for families by hundreds of pounds.
The Chancellor confirmed that the NHS will received a £1.1billion boost provided by bank fines from manipulating foreign exchange transactions.
Libor money will also be used to buy Air amublances.
VAT for hospice charities will also be refunded.
Largest companies in the world who avoid tax have been targeted. There will be a 25% tax on profits generated in the UK from multi-national companies.
Government-backed student loans for young people taking post-grad degrees.
More tax breaks available for businesses creating apprenticeships