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I believe that if you have worked hard and earned your own money, you should be able to spend it how you like.
It's your money, not the Government's - and so you should keep it. That is why I believe in cutting taxes.
Since 2010, we've cut income tax for over 24 million people, with an average saving of £705 - and after the next election, we'll go further.
We'll take everyone who earns less than £12,500 out of income tax altogether - and raise the 40p tax threshold, so that no-one earning less than £50,000 pays it.
As a result, 30 million people will keep more of the money they earn.
And we will do this while reducing the deficit. Over the last five years, we've halved the deficit while cutting income tax. And in the next Parliament, we'll do the same again: eliminating the deficit while reducing your taxes.
After years of sacrifice, the British people deserve a reward. People whose hard work and personal sacrifices have got us through the difficult times should come first.
But Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg have confirmed they will tax people more. Only the Conservatives are committed to cutting taxes and building a Britain that rewards work.
So at this election, we'll be fighting for lower taxes - because the financial security of every family in our country depends on it.
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