George Osborne has promised his third Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer will be "for working people" to help low and middle earners.
The Chancellor is expected to bring up several points, including:
1) RAISING TAX THRESHOLD
As of April people won't have to start paying tax until they earn just more than £8,000 but it's thought George Osborne may increase that yet again to around £9,000.
2) CHILD BENEFITS
The Chancellor has said he'll scrap child benefits for households where one parent pays the higher rate of tax but it's proved controversial.
3) FUEL DUTY
There is a planned rise of 3p due to come in August but will the Chancellor could cancel or postpone that.
4) PERSONAL STATEMENT
It's expected we'll all get our own annual personal tax statements spelling out exactly how much we pay and what it's spent on.
We went to Cambridge to find out what you'd like to see included in this year's Budget.
There's been mixed reaction to the Chancellor's Budget across the Anglia region
The MP for Northampton South Brian Binley has describe the Chancellor's Budget as a "missed golden opportunity"
ITV Anglia Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson reports on how MPs in the Anglia region have being reacting to the Chancellor's budget.