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Finance Bill puts Budget changes into legislation

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has published the Finance Bill today The Department of Finance has published the Finance Bill 2021 which puts into legislation changes announced in last week’s Budget. It also includes several changes not announced on Budget day. These are mostly technical changes to the tax code and include a broadening of the Film Relief tax credit to ...

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Tánaiste hints at supports for businesses in Budget

Leo Varadkar also indicated there may be supports for the aviation sectors announced (file image) The Tánaiste has hinted that the Government intends to extend a range of supports for businesses, including the wage support scheme, in tomorrow’s Budget. Speaking at the launch of Enterprise Ireland’s International Markets Week, Leo Varadkar also indicated there may be supports for the aviation ...

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Your Budget: ‘The Government often forgets about us’

Iqura Naseem is hoping the Government will provide more employment supports for people with disabilities With Budget 2022 just days away, many people will be hoping politicians haven’t forgotten about the issues impacting their lives. While the pandemic has overshadowed much of the conversation over the past 18 months, the problems of the past have far from disappeared. Ahead of ...

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Lower deficit forecast due to underspend and tax take

The White Paper’s publication on the weekend prior to the Budget is required under the Constitution A record amount of corporation tax and an underspend by some Government departments will deliver a much lower deficit in the public finances than forecast. A general Government deficit for this year of €13.2 billion is set out in the White Paper published last ...

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