The people of Scotland were presented with contrasting and some say confusing information about their financial future after September's independence vote. One side of the campaign says they will be a £1,000 better off if Scotland votes "yes".
The other side say that a "no" vote will benefit them by £1,400.
ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler reports:
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