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Budget 2019 — The highlights

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The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe presented his third Budget on Tuesday against the backdrop of continuing improved economic performance. Budget 2019 sees the distribution of the benefits of the improving economic conditions, mostly in the form of increased Government spending. Some of the key expenditure areas highlighted by the Minister included social and affordable housing, health and childcare, education, Brexit and climate change. On the tax front, there was a mixture of tax increases and modest tax reductions.

Forestry: The often over-looked ‘safe investment’

Throughout the years there have been many so called “safe investments”. However, forestry seems to have been overlooked by many until now.

Forestry: The often over-looked ‘safe investment’

Throughout the years there have been many so called “safe investments”. However, forestry seems to have been overlooked by many until now.

Budget 2016 and the welcome focus on farming and agri-business

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In his budget day speech, Minister Michael Noonan recognised the significant role played by the farming and agri-food sector in Ireland’s economic recovery. This important sector employs approximately 169,000 people across the country and its produce is one of Ireland’s top 10 exported commodities.   

Entrepreneurs – Time for a vote of confidence

arguably that prior Budgets have focused on tax measures to attract Foreign Direct Investment and that supportive tax measures for small businesses and entrepreneurs have received less attention. With the advent of improved technology, the option for Irish entrepreneurs to move their base outside of our shores is now a live one as many of them can easily conduct their business across borders. Therefore the need to encourage new entrepreneurs and support existing entrepreneurs is vital in ensuring the medium to long term health of the Irish economy.

Budget 2015

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Following Ireland’s exit from the EU/IMF recovery programme and in the context of projected GDP growth of 4.7 per cent for 2014 and 3.9 per cent for 2015, Ministers Noonan and Howlin announced their budgetary measures for 2015 which have been set out below. More detail will be included in the Finance Bill to be published later this month.

What does this Budget mean for you?

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These are the main provisions that will affect you.

Grealish demands Government cut Universal Social Charge

The only meaningful economic relief that can be given to squeezed lower and middle income earners is to cut the “very unfair tax” Universal Social Charge.

Tax relief in budget should exceed water bills, says Nolan

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Any tax relief in the forthcoming budget should exceed the amount people will pay in water charges, according to Labour TD for Galway West Derek Nolan.

Seven Galway settlements on latest revenue list

Seven people in Galway made settlements with the Revenue Commissioners in the first quarter of the year, amounting to more than €646,000, according to the latest list of defaulters published this week.

 

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