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Jul
4
The Summer Economic Statement: What you need to know
Posted by on 04 July 2022 08:34 PM
The Summer Economic Statement is a document that sets out the parameters of the forthcoming Budget. That means, in broad terms, how much 'new' money will be spent or used to lower tax rates on Budget day.
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Jul
4
Budget to include 'once-off' 6.5% spending increase
Posted by on 04 July 2022 05:02 AM
The Government's Summer Economic Statement shows the forthcoming Budget will contain spending and tax measures equal to €6.7 billion.
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Jun
6
Ireland is among a number of countries taking part in a worldwide initiative trialling a four-day week with no loss of pay.
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May
5
The International Monetary Fund has said growth in the Irish economy is expected to "remain strong" but it warned that risks are "tilted to the downside".
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May
1
'Not possible' to fully offset impact of inflation
Posted by on 01 May 2022 03:48 PM
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath has said the Government has brought in measures of around €2bn since the Budget to offset cost of living pressures.
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Apr
9
Era of cheap flights not coming to an end - O'Leary
Posted by on 09 April 2022 11:40 AM
The era of cheap flights is not coming to an end, according to Ryanair group CEO Michael O'Leary.
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