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#Budget 2014

From TheJournal.ie €2.1 billion: That's how much extra the government could have to play with now Money Fight

€2.1 billion: That's how much extra the government could have to play with now

Figure for early debt repayment was €1.5b last week, but what’s €600m between friends?

From TheJournal.ie Tax hike could force wine merchants out of business Budget Wine

Tax hike could force wine merchants out of business

Not the wine…please.

From TheJournal.ie More than 1,000 Irish pubs have had to shut down since 2007 Closing Time

More than 1,000 Irish pubs have had to shut down since 2007

And it’s all about tax, say industry chiefs.

From TheJournal.ie €800 million, not €2 billion in budget cuts is enough, government told Loosen Up

€800 million, not €2 billion in budget cuts is enough, government told

The Nevin Economic Research Institute says that with the economy recovering, less severe budget cuts are needed.

From TheJournal.ie Shinnernomics: Opponents call them fantasy, so how realistic are Sinn Féin's budget proposals? In Depth

Shinnernomics: Opponents call them fantasy, so how realistic are Sinn Féin's budget proposals?

The rise of Sinn Féin raises obvious questions about what they would do in government. We take a closer look at the party’s economic policies.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Clarity is needed on the pension levy 'jobs initiatives' claim Pretty Penny

Column: Clarity is needed on the pension levy 'jobs initiatives' claim

The Government’s inaction on pensions begs the question of whether it has a long-term strategy for pensions at all, writes Samantha McConnell.

From TheJournal.ie Shared parenting "penalised" as single parents receive 2014 tax credit certs One Parent Family

Shared parenting "penalised" as single parents receive 2014 tax credit certs

Tax credits for single parents are now only available to one parent regardless of custody arrangements.

From TheJournal.ie Column: The State’s new year resolution should be to cherish all children equally Opinion

Column: The State’s new year resolution should be to cherish all children equally

Cuts introduced since the beginning of the economic crisis have had a devastating effect on lone parent families, writes Louise Bayliss.

From TheJournal.ie Apprentices to pay higher fees as budget cuts kick in Cuts

Apprentices to pay higher fees as budget cuts kick in

The costs are associated with registration fees paid to the institutes of technology attended by those in SOLAS/FÁS programmes.

From TheJournal.ie Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act comes into force today Budget 2014

Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act comes into force today

It is just one of the measures kicking in today – others include changes to VAT, DIRT and tax credits for single parents.

From TheJournal.ie The day Enda got a political wallop and 7 other moments that defined the political year Review 2013

The day Enda got a political wallop and 7 other moments that defined the political year

Promissory note gone, abortion legislated for, the Seanad retained, and the bailout exited – here are few key moments from the past 12 months.

From TheJournal.ie Budget 2014 had greatest impact on low-income groups Income

Budget 2014 had greatest impact on low-income groups

A new look at budgets from 2009 to 2014 by the ESRI shows that the lowest impact of next year’s budget was on some middle income groups.

From TheJournal.ie 'No comment to make' on reports Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign Mental Health

'No comment to make' on reports Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign

The junior health minister was reported in yesterday’s Sunday Business Post to have threatened to quit the government at a meeting over a fortnight ago.

From TheJournal.ie Government budget advisors: No room for tax cuts until after 2016 Fiscal Advisory Council

Government budget advisors: No room for tax cuts until after 2016

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council is before the Oireachtas Finance Committee today.

From TheJournal.ie Concern over Budget 2014 weakened consumer sentiment last month Consumers

Concern over Budget 2014 weakened consumer sentiment last month

KBC Bank said the most recent survey seems to reflect a “broad endorsement of domestic economic policy” even if there is a sense that it will hurt household finances.

From TheJournal.ie Decision on credit line will make it ‘more difficult’ to access future supports Credit Line

Decision on credit line will make it ‘more difficult’ to access future supports

A report published by the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council today has warned that the changes in Budget 2014 have removed our “margin of safety”.

From TheJournal.ie Dijsselbloem: EU ministers are 'losing patience' with Greece Budget 2014

Dijsselbloem: EU ministers are 'losing patience' with Greece

The Eurogroup President made the comments to a Greek newspaper ahead of the country’s draft budget announcement today.

From TheJournal.ie Reilly: 2014 will be the most challenging year ever for health services Medical Cards

Reilly: 2014 will be the most challenging year ever for health services

The Minister for Health was speaking in the Dáil today where he defended the decision to lower medical card income limits.

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach's 'day in the life' video part of government's growing social media presence Viral Government

Taoiseach's 'day in the life' video part of government's growing social media presence

The government is increasingly delivering its message via new platforms with varying degrees of success.

From TheJournal.ie Bank levy will cost Bank of Ireland €40 million a year Bank Levy

Bank levy will cost Bank of Ireland €40 million a year

The Government estimated that the levy would raise a total of €150 million for the exchequer each year from all Irish domestic banks.

From TheJournal.ie HSE gets more time to come up with its service plan for next year Budget

HSE gets more time to come up with its service plan for next year

The HSE National Service Plan will now not be finalised until the middle of November at the latest.

From TheJournal.ie People spent less on groceries in run-up to Budget announcement Shopping

People spent less on groceries in run-up to Budget announcement

Tesco has seen a decline the amount of money people are spending there, while Aldi and Lidl are going strong.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how much extra tax the government expects to take next year The Taxman

Here's how much extra tax the government expects to take next year

Michael Noonan will be a happy man if these targets are hit…

From TheJournal.ie Post-Budget poll sees Labour slip to single-figure support Popularity

Post-Budget poll sees Labour slip to single-figure support

Fine Gael, on the other hand, have seen support climb by two points.

From TheJournal.ie Vigil at children’s hospital to highlight medical card removal Health This post contains images

Vigil at children’s hospital to highlight medical card removal

Parents and supporters gathered at Crumlin Children’s Hospital this afternoon to protest revoking of cards for some chronically-ill children.

From TheJournal.ie PICS: Pregnant mothers protest against maternity benefit cut outside Dáil Maternity Benefit This post contains images

PICS: Pregnant mothers protest against maternity benefit cut outside Dáil

The Social Welfare Bill passed its final stage in the Dáil today though Fianna Fáil’s Willie O’Dea said it’s not too late for the government to reverse this cut.

From TheJournal.ie 'Mean, ruthless, vicious': TD scathing as Dáil votes to abolish bereavement grant Budget 2014

'Mean, ruthless, vicious': TD scathing as Dáil votes to abolish bereavement grant

One opposition TD labelled the cut to the €850 grant as “a mean, ruthless, vicious targeting of people at their most vulnerable time”.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Do you support the new standarised rate of maternity benefit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support the new standarised rate of maternity benefit?

Maternity benefit will be standarised at €230 per week for new claimants from January.

From TheJournal.ie Hundreds of separated dads concerned over "unjust" tax credit change Family

Hundreds of separated dads concerned over "unjust" tax credit change

A support service has called the One Parent Family tax credit “unjust, unfair and underhanded”.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Pitting one section of the Irish people against another weakens us all Opinion

Column: Pitting one section of the Irish people against another weakens us all

Budget 2014 hit the most vulnerable elements of society – not the young, the sick, the old, or pregnant alone. We need to show intergenerational solidarity and stand together against this injustice, writes Peter Kavanagh.

From TheJournal.ie Social Welfare and Pensions Bill passes second stage in Dáil Budget 2014

Social Welfare and Pensions Bill passes second stage in Dáil

The bill passed the second stage by 79 votes to 44 and will now go before a committee.

From TheJournal.ie Homeowners can claim tax relief on renovation and repair work from tomorrow Budget 2014

Homeowners can claim tax relief on renovation and repair work from tomorrow

Measures announced by Michael Noonan in the Dáil last week will be legislated for next month.

From TheJournal.ie Minister says welfare bill protects against poverty, TDs say it's 'mean and cruel' Social Welfare Bill

Minister says welfare bill protects against poverty, TDs say it's 'mean and cruel'

A slight difference of opinion over Budget cuts in the Dáil chamber today…

From TheJournal.ie Column: Nobody ever chooses to be homeless – this government is pushing people to the brink Opinion

Column: Nobody ever chooses to be homeless – this government is pushing people to the brink

Access to health services is key to leaving homelessness behind – which is why Budget 2014 is so damaging to the Government’s commitment to end long-term homelessness by 2016, writes Niamh Randall.

From TheJournal.ie VIDEO: Pensioners at today's protest believe the worst is yet to come Vox Pop

VIDEO: Pensioners at today's protest believe the worst is yet to come

One worries that without the telephone allowance her emergency alarm will be cut off. Another wishes he had never moved back to Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Thousands join pensioners’ protest against Budget cuts Protest This post contains images

Thousands join pensioners’ protest against Budget cuts

The crowd at Leinster House was predominantly made up of elderly people who oppose cuts to medical cards for over 70s and other measures announced in last week’s Budget.

From TheJournal.ie Howlin: 'I wish this government hadn't come in when our economy was broken' Budget 2014

Howlin: 'I wish this government hadn't come in when our economy was broken'

Meanwhile, the Tánaiste has said that the Budget cuts announced last week stand.

From TheJournal.ie Tánaiste and Howlin insist: James Reilly is doing a very good job Vote Of Confidence

Tánaiste and Howlin insist: James Reilly is doing a very good job

The Health Minister has the support of the Cabinet, two senior members insisted this morning.

From TheJournal.ie "It's time to shout stop." - Elderly people to protest outside Dáil Elderly People

"It's time to shout stop." - Elderly people to protest outside Dáil

The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament is hoping to recreate the success of 2008 protests that were held held five years ago today.

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