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Daily Archives: December 8, 2010
Today we were testing our new marketing tool in the IFSC in Dublin over the next few weeks we hope to be in the various shopping centers of Wicklow so if you see us do call over and say Hi it really … Continue reading
Economics 6/12/10: IMF stress tests for Irish banks Posted by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev Here are three things that are worth asking about the latest details of the EU/IMF ‘rescue’ package released over the weekend. All relate to the issue of … Continue reading
Author: Michael Taft of Notes on the Front Published: December 8th, 2010 The ‘creepy’ is in the detail which the Government didn’t reveal. Social welfare rates will fall by 4 percent (except for pensioners). Regarding low-average earners this is what … Continue reading
Well it seems like Tom Parlon, the Director General of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) got his way on stamp duty in Budget 2011 as he expressed himself pleased with the replacement of current residential stamp duty arrangements which see … Continue reading
Shakedown: Low-paid and the poor hit hardest as TDs escape cuts 08/12/2010THE low-paid and the poor have been hardest hit by a savage budget that spared no one except the TDs needed to vote it through. Finance Minister Brian Lenihan … Continue reading
By Charlie Weston Wednesday December 08 2010 FAMILIES with children will be almost €3,000 worse off from the savage Budget changes announced yesterday. The changes in income tax alone will suck almost €1,250 out of the pockets of a household … Continue reading
The Government has been severely criticised for reducing social welfare payments in yesterday’s Budget to carers, widowers, people with disabilities and the blind. The welfare rates were reduced by an average of 4% in the Budget for 2011, ‘which comes … Continue reading
RONAN McGREEVY and CONOR LALLY ABOUT 1,500 people demonstrated outside the gates of Leinster House yesterday evening in a noisy protest against the Budget. The protesters included members of the Shell to Sea campaign, Sinn Féin, the Republican group Éirígí … Continue reading