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From TheJournal.ie Fiscal watchdog criticises 'surprisingly large' public spending by government unrelated to Covid-19 Warning

Fiscal watchdog criticises 'surprisingly large' public spending by government unrelated to Covid-19

The IFAC warned that new levels of spending will remain after the pandemic.

From TheJournal.ie Children’s Hospital contractor sought extra claims totalling 'in excess of €200 million', TDs told Bam

Children’s Hospital contractor sought extra claims totalling 'in excess of €200 million', TDs told

The completion date for the project is also being pushed back further.

From TheJournal.ie Stay and Spend Scheme 'here to stay', say ministers Budget 2021

Stay and Spend Scheme 'here to stay', say ministers

Sinn Féin has called for vouchers to be given to people to spend in restaurants.

From TheJournal.ie Billions set aside to deal with Covid-19 fallout next year COME WHAT MAY

Billions set aside to deal with Covid-19 fallout next year

Contingency money and a recovery fund of over €5bn has been put aside for next year.

From TheJournal.ie How the 2021 Budget will impact social welfare payments Budget 2021

How the 2021 Budget will impact social welfare payments

The government released its €17.75 billion Budget package earlier today.

From TheJournal.ie Budget 2021: Here are the main points you need to know Main Points

Budget 2021: Here are the main points you need to know

The government has revealed the biggest budget in the history of the State. How does it affect you?

From TheJournal.ie Supports in Budget will bring 'some degree of confidence' to publicans, Vintners Federation says Pubs

Supports in Budget will bring 'some degree of confidence' to publicans, Vintners Federation says

Paschal Donohoe announced the various reliefs for the hospitality sector today.

From TheJournal.ie Arts sector: €50m support for live events announced in Budget 2021 Arts

Arts sector: €50m support for live events announced in Budget 2021

Michael McGrath said Covid has had a “devastating impact” on arts, cultural and sporting activities.

From TheJournal.ie 'We must grasp the nettle': The health service is getting an unprecedented €4bn boost Budget 2021

'We must grasp the nettle': The health service is getting an unprecedented €4bn boost

The funding allows for hundreds of new beds.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you worried about the Budget? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about the Budget?

No income tax increases or cuts are expected, but tweaks to the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) are on the cards.

From TheJournal.ie Plans to 'reverse PUP cuts and double investment in housing': Sinn Féin launches alternative Budget Budget 2021

Plans to 'reverse PUP cuts and double investment in housing': Sinn Féin launches alternative Budget

Sinn Féin said it would aim to spend €18.28 billion in total, €6.28 billion more than the government’s target.

From TheJournal.ie Threshold calls for €20 million rent arrears fund to be included in upcoming Budget Renting

Threshold calls for €20 million rent arrears fund to be included in upcoming Budget

The charity is calling for the funding to help tenants facing a rent crisis as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach: Changes allowing people to do some work without losing PUP could form part of Budget Interview

Taoiseach: Changes allowing people to do some work without losing PUP could form part of Budget

Micheál Martin spoke to TheJournal.ie about the Dublin restrictions, the Budget and his backstage run-in with Mike Murphy in RTÉ.

From TheJournal.ie Budget will be based on the assumption of no deal Brexit, say ministers OCTOBER'S BUDGET

Budget will be based on the assumption of no deal Brexit, say ministers

Budget 2021 will be no windfall but will target those sectors impacted the most.

From TheJournal.ie 'I know how to take responsibility, in fact I've done it before': It's 25 years since Phil Hogan last resigned From The Archives
From TheJournal.ie Diplomat rents, the rising dollar and a Brexit-inspired passport boom behind DFA request for extra €50 million Foreign Affairs

Diplomat rents, the rising dollar and a Brexit-inspired passport boom behind DFA request for extra €50 million

The Department also looked for €2 million to bolster Ireland’s bid to become a member of the UN Security Council.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's corporation tax take expected to rise again this year, but Donohoe admits it can't be relied upon in future Surplus

Ireland's corporation tax take expected to rise again this year, but Donohoe admits it can't be relied upon in future

Donohoe said this morning that the Exchequer ran a €1.5 billion surplus last year.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin councillors vote to pass annual budget amid finance row Dublin City Council

Dublin councillors vote to pass annual budget amid finance row

Rates for businesses will increase under the new budget.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: Why a row over the annual budget could see Dublin councillors replaced by a 'city commissioner' Under Pressure

Explainer: Why a row over the annual budget could see Dublin councillors replaced by a 'city commissioner'

Dublin Councillors deferred a Budget vote on Monday to allow for further discussion with the Government.

From TheJournal.ie 'They've been ignored by this government': Budget disappointment prompts carers to protest outside Dáil Home Care Crisis

'They've been ignored by this government': Budget disappointment prompts carers to protest outside Dáil

Carers say the government has “given it with one hand and taken it back with the other” with its latest budget.

From TheJournal.ie Revealed: Data Protection Commission's pleas for more staff and 'fit-for-purpose' office Stretched

Revealed: Data Protection Commission's pleas for more staff and 'fit-for-purpose' office

The watchdog’s pre-budget submission has been released following a Freedom of Information request.

From TheJournal.ie 'You really don't give a f**k': TD Joan Collins curses in Dáil as she attacks Government over Budget Unparliamentary Language

'You really don't give a f**k': TD Joan Collins curses in Dáil as she attacks Government over Budget

Collins colourful language was quickly criticised by Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how the government plans to tackle homelessness, housing issues and high rents Budget 2020

Here's how the government plans to tackle homelessness, housing issues and high rents

Fianna Fáil said the government’s response to the housing crisis has been “completely ineffective”.

From TheJournal.ie Carbon tax: Petrol and diesel prices to rise from midnight, home heating to rise next May Budget2020

Carbon tax: Petrol and diesel prices to rise from midnight, home heating to rise next May

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has announced an increase in the carbon tax of €6 per tonne.

From TheJournal.ie A pack of 20 cigarettes will now cost €13.50 Excise Duty

A pack of 20 cigarettes will now cost €13.50

The minister did not announce any change to excise duty on alcohol products.

From TheJournal.ie Irish businesses 'will need €1.5bn' to prevent job losses if there is a no-deal Brexit Job Losses

Irish businesses 'will need €1.5bn' to prevent job losses if there is a no-deal Brexit

Many firms face collapse if supports are not urgently put in place, Ibec has warned.

From TheJournal.ie Just a few days out from the Budget, what can we expect? Budget 2020

Just a few days out from the Budget, what can we expect?

All will be revealed on Tuesday.

From TheJournal.ie 'Slow progress' in Budget talks, as Donohoe confirms he will be dipping into corporation tax take Limited Headroom

'Slow progress' in Budget talks, as Donohoe confirms he will be dipping into corporation tax take

A total of €1.5bn is to be moved into the rainy day fund.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you worried about Budget 2020? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about Budget 2020?

The government’s plans for spending and tax will be revealed in just over two weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Just over two weeks out from the Budget, what can we expect? Budget 2020

Just over two weeks out from the Budget, what can we expect?

All will be revealed on 8 October.

From TheJournal.ie 'Extended and not capped': Fianna Fáil insists help-to-buy scheme must be continued in Budget negotiation talks Budget 2020

'Extended and not capped': Fianna Fáil insists help-to-buy scheme must be continued in Budget negotiation talks

Budget talks between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are set to intensify in the coming weeks.

From TheJournal.ie How I Spend My Money: We want to hear your top tips for saving and splurging Budget

How I Spend My Money: We want to hear your top tips for saving and splurging

We’ve kicked off our second series of ‘How I Spend My Money’ and we want to hear from you.

From TheJournal.ie 'Disorderly' Brexit a real possibility, says minister as he outlines how much money there is for Budget 2020 Cash In The Kitty

'Disorderly' Brexit a real possibility, says minister as he outlines how much money there is for Budget 2020

The Summer Economic Statement tells us what money we have to spend in October’s Budget.

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From TheJournal.ie Which Budget changes kick in today? In Your Pocket

Which Budget changes kick in today?

Many of the changes kick in today, and here’s how it will affect you.

Government 'repeating past mistakes' and leaving Irish finances exposed, budget watchdog warns

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has warned that an economic slowdown is inevitable in coming years.

From TheJournal.ie 'The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results' Housing

'The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results'

Victor Duggan takes a deep dive into the good, the bad and the ugly of the housing measures in Budget 2019.

From TheJournal.ie Michael Harty to vote against Budget over 'uninspired' and 'inadequate' measures Health

Michael Harty to vote against Budget over 'uninspired' and 'inadequate' measures

The independent TD said he is “very disappointed” by today’s announcement.

From TheJournal.ie Strengthening rent caps and 'first-class emergency accommodation': What the Budget means for housing Homelessness This post contains videos

Strengthening rent caps and 'first-class emergency accommodation': What the Budget means for housing

Almost 10,000 people in Ireland are homeless, with many priced out of the rental market.

From TheJournal.ie As it happened: Government unveils Budget 2019 Budget 2019

As it happened: Government unveils Budget 2019

Follow events as they happen this afternoon, with TheJournal.ie’s liveblog.

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