New tax measures come into force this month that should see about 22 million people receive a rebate of around £60.
It all stems from the U-turn by the chancellor on plans to scrap the lowest 10 pence tax band, following pressure from backbench MPs to ease its impact.
The new measures will mean basic rate taxpayers see a tax saving of £120.
Firstly they will receive a lump sum of £60 in their September pay packet. Their net pay will then rise by £10 per month for the rest of this tax year.