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Less obvious budget cuts a worry for families.

Interest groups are wary of budget provisions that might harm their ability to make ends, writes Emma Kennedy.

12th October, 2013

As October 15 looms, households, students, the elderly and the unemployed are keen to find out just how much this year's budget will affect their situation.

All the signals seem to indicate that the headline rates on welfare benefits will be untouched in this budget, but interest groups are still concerned that this could change during the final budget negotiations this weekend. And, if the headline rates are left alone, where else will the axe fall?...

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