National Living Wage: A whopping 30p extra per hour if you're over 25. 21-24 year olds have only been awarded an extra 10p, but it budges them over the £7 mark to £7.05
Income Tax: The tax-free threshold rises by £500 to £11,500; this is ahead of what the last budget promised us. The highest tax band will now apply at £45,000 instead of £43,000, which is a nice help to the squeezed middle.
Renters: Sayonara renters' fees! Excellent news for students because they are a group who tend to move around a lot.
Student Loans: They're still looking to sell the pre-2012 loan book. No sympathy from the £9,000 fee students.
ISA: An increase on the ISA limit, from £15,240 to £20,000. It's good to have somewhere to put that extra 10p per hour.
Future Transport Technology: Hammond has thrown the reddies at driverless cars, green buses, and charging-points for electric vehicles.
Infrastructure: The promise for major investment in Britain's infrastructure continues. Roads, road safety, public transport, and an Oxford to Cambridge expressway will all be receiving attention.
Devolution Revolution: Although Hammond didn't sing the words of Osbourne's number one hit of the Autumn Statement 2015, he was humming along as he promised £800m, £400m, and £250m to Scotland, Wales and NI respectively.
Corporation Tax: Unsurprisingly, the plans to cut it to 17% are still going ahead. Very much needed to retain big businesses. Ireland weeps.
Fuel Duty: Fuel duty has been frozen for so long I wonder if it will ever be raised. It's good news for motorists anyway. I doubt it will make a tap of difference to public transport fares. Taking a holistic view, it benefits us all because the price of transporting goods is factored into their price.
Insurance Premium Tax: Motorists, make sure to retain all those pennies you save on petrol because you're going to need them to pay your insurance. It goes up by 2%. Hammond stated with a straight face that it's up to the companies whether they'll pass it on to customers.
The Arts and Heritage: Tax relief for museums and galleries continues for another 5 years. Financial support for cultural and heritage projects. This includes £7.6m to repair Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire. During hard economic times it's easy to forget about these kinds of things, but once they're gone they're gone.
Soft Drinks: Forthcoming draft legislation on the sugary drinks tax.
Musical Chairs: The Autumn Statement is to be abolished and replaced with an Autumn Budget; the Spring Budget is to be abolished and replaced with a Spring Statement.