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STEVEN CARROLL photo machholz The State’s tax base is to be widened before 2014 to include people earning as little as €15,300 and income taxes will return to levels last seen in 2006, according to the National Recovery Plan. VAT … Continue reading
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Dear Machholz, On November 1st Focus Ireland launched our Pre-Budget Submission calling on the Government to maintain funding for homeless services at current levels. On June 2nd 2010 Minister for the Environment John Gormley said: ‘During the economic downturn, I … Continue reading
Nama to seek pay cuts SIMON CARSWELL and STEVEN CARROLL The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has said it is not setting a cap on developers’ pay but will force large pay cuts across their companies as it seeks reductions … Continue reading
Irish prime minister Brian Cowen has refused to rule out a projected 7 billion euro package of spending cuts and tax rises in the forthcoming budget. Emergency measures could very well reach that scale, despite the fact that it overshadows … Continue reading
By Ronan lyons Almost a year ago, the Minister for Finance stated that the Budget he was introducing before Dail Eireann, with its €4bn in savings, was going to be the toughest on the road to Ireland’s recovery. It was, … Continue reading
See the Republic of Ireland’s national debt mount up, a measure of the legacy the Irish Government is in the process of bequeathing to the children of Ireland: € 87,669,547,647 The FINANCE DUBLIN Irish Government Debt … Continue reading
We Must Cut Growth to Increase Growth – Seriously. The Recession Diaries – July 26th Author: Michael Taft of Notes on the Front Published: July 26th, 2010 Section: Articles, Economy Discussion: One comment ↓ Possibly Related: Budget 2011, Deflation, ERSI What … Continue reading
according to the RTE News Government ministers are admitting tough decisions must be taken in order to deal with economic realities. Their comments came ahead of a Cabinet meeting at Farmleigh to discuss preparations for December’s Budget. Minister for Justice … Continue reading