Category Archives: Budget

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe TD on Budget 2022

From Department of Finance By: Minister for Finance; Paschal Donohoe Published on 12 October 2021 Last updated on 12 October 2021 1. Introduction 2. COVID-19: Government response 3. Macroeconomic outlook 4. Budgetary stance 5. Budget 2022 measures 6. Conclusion 1. … Continue reading

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Budget 2018 (ROI)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s Budget 2018 speech in the Dail on 10th October 2017 . “Budget day offers the opportunity to reflect on a journey made, to recognise both what our country has achieved and what we want to … Continue reading

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Bookings.com & Skyscanner

I am planning my summer holiday and my niece recommended these two websites!! I am thinking of Italy or Lanzarote. She and her friends travelled Europe and Asia, after university, using these two sites! There are amazing, so much information … Continue reading

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Budget 2016 (ROI)

Title: Budget 2016 Author: Citizens Information Board Full Text & Source: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/money_and_tax/budget_2016.html The Internet, Online, 19/10/2015 Sample Text Budget 2016 was announced on 13 October 2015. The main Budget changes that may affect people living in Ireland are set out … Continue reading

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Domestic Goddess Tips: DIY Guides….Great Site

Save money and do it yourself! Title: How to: DIY Guides Author: Diyfixit Full Text & Source: http://www.diyfixit.co.uk/ The Internet, Online, 8/5/2015 Browse the DIY How to guides by trades: Building This section covers a range of general building how … Continue reading

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How to Write a Family Budget

Title: How to Write a Family Budget Author: Catalina Logan Full Text & Source: http://www.livestrong.com/article/223011-how-to-write-a-family-budget/ The Internet, Online, 27/01/2015 Sample Text: Congratulations–you’ve decided to write a budget to manage your family’s expenses. A budget will help you save money, plan … Continue reading

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Give your home decor a spruce up with these easy and budget-friendly decorating tips.

Title: Give your home decor a spruce up with these easy and budget-friendly decorating tips. Author: Martha Uniacke Breen Full Text & Source: http://www.styleathome.com/decorating-and-design/budget/25-fast-cheap-and-easy-decorating-ideas/a/41495 The Internet, Online, 27/01/2015 Sample Text: Revamping your home decor needn’t always be a major project … Continue reading

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Top 10 healthy meals on a budget

Title: Top 10 healthy meals on a budget Author:Netmums.com Full Text & Source: http://www.netmums.com/family-food/g/top-10-healthy-meals-on-a-budget The Internet, Online, 15/01/2015 Sample Text: Eating healthy food doesn’t have to be expensive. If you’re trying to save money, while watching your waistline, we have … Continue reading

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Brendan Howlin’s Budget 2015 Speech

Minister for Public Expenditure’s speech in full. Introduction Today we are announcing this Government’s fourth Budget. It is a significant day, and it marks the end of an era of budgetary austerity. This time last year, we estimated that to … Continue reading

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Michael Noonan’s Budget 2015 speech

A Cheann Comhairle, When the Government took office in March 2011 we set out a plan to regain control of Ireland’s fiscal and economic policies, to grow the economy and to get people back to work. Many people both inside … Continue reading

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Budget 2014: An Analysis

Budget 2014: An Analysis By Annette J Dunlea It was Ireland’s 7th austerity Budget. Howlin said that the expenditure measures he is announcing for 2014 amount to €1.6 billion out of an overall consolidation of some €2.5 billion. Not only … Continue reading

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Living On A Budget

How To Live On A Budget By Annette J Dunlea After Budget 2013 we all are poorer.Irish individuals and families are feeling the impact of national austerity measures and as a result the amount of income left after paying for … Continue reading

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Budget 2013

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Budget 2013: Property and NAMA December 5, 2012 by namawinelake This afternoon in the Dail, the finance and public expenditure and reform ministers, Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin presented Budget 2013. All the associated documents are…

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Ireland , Dept.of Finance Budget 2013

Budget 2013 In short  a harsh budget hitting the poor, working class and middle class the hardest.I will be writing a full discussion on it in my Newspaper column next Wed. Main Points on RTE: http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/1205/live-budget-2013.html Public Reaction – Several … Continue reading

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Budget 2013- The Winners, The Losers, The Liars.

Originally posted on The Clothesline:
The winners from today’s Budget: Middle aged wealthy people. The losers from today’s Budget: Children Young Families Those with a disability Those with long-term illness Carers Low income families Middle income families Students The Elderly…

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What will be in today’s Budget For Ireland?

Cuts and Changes Ahead In Budget 2013 by Annette J Dunlea Published In the Carrigdhoun Newspaper 8th Dec 2012 p.18 Ireland’s plan for the 2013 Budget to cut spending by a further €2.25 billion and to increase taxes and other … Continue reading

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Irish Budget Details – As Expected… Wallop!

Originally posted on An Irishman's Perspective.:
Fine Gael and Labour has decided to take an extra €5 a week in PRSI from all workers. They are also going to remove medical cards from thousands of pensioners. After four budget…

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Canada’s budget watchdog takes government to court for refusing to release austerity details

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The Budget 2012 (Ireland)

The Two Day Budget 2012 by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 17th Dec 2011 p.19 The Taoiseach Enda Kenny addressed the nation on Sunday night ahead of the announcement of more austerity measures in Budget 2012.He began: … Continue reading

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Some Proposals Budget 2012

Budget 2012: Some Suggestions by Annette J Dunlea Nearly €4 billion needs to be raised by the Irish government in this year’s budgetThe Government is planning a €3.8 billion adjustment in next year’s budget, which will include €1.6 billion in … Continue reading

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