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# budget - Last month November 2022

The double child benefit payment of €280 announced in the Budget is being paid today
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The double child benefit payment of €280 announced in the Budget is being paid today

Updated Nov 1st 2022, 2:02 PM 36,826 Views 35 Comments

The Child Benefit is a monthly payment of €140 to support parents and guardians.

# budget - This year 2022

Ministers announce payment dates for social protection supports introduced in Budget
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Ministers announce payment dates for social protection supports introduced in Budget

Updated Oct 11th 2022, 11:00 AM 45,498 Views 21 Comments

A double social welfare payment will be paid next week while a double Child Benefit payment will be paid at the start of next month.

Boiling down the Budget: Here are all the major changes in one place
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# Cut Through The Noise

Boiling down the Budget: Here are all the major changes in one place

Oct 1st 2022, 12:05 AM 27,400 Views 8 Comments
  • Now that we're a few days past the announcement, it's time to take stock of what the Budget brought, what it means for people, and how the country responded.
  • Here's where you can find everything you need to know about Budget 2023 on The Journal.
Reader Q&A: From rents to tax to pensions, your questions about the Budget answered
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Reader Q&A: From rents to tax to pensions, your questions about the Budget answered

Sep 29th 2022, 12:05 AM 22,069 Views 8 Comments
  • The Journal asked readers to submit their questions about Budget 2023 and received dozens of queries since Tuesday evening
  • We found the answers to your Budget questions, from the renters' tax credit and fuel allowance to childcare and electric vehicles.
'Life is depressing enough': Why plenty of people aren't bothered following the Budget
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'Life is depressing enough': Why plenty of people aren't bothered following the Budget

Sep 28th 2022, 9:59 PM 17,340 Views 37 Comments

Many people are disinterested or disdainful of the Budget’s political pageantry.

FactCheck: Is the renters' €500 tax credit just worth seven days' rent in Dublin?
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FactCheck: Is the renters' €500 tax credit just worth seven days' rent in Dublin?

Sep 28th 2022, 3:51 PM 14,713 Views 0 Comments

The claim was made by a housing charity after the budget was announced.

Minister hopes parents using childminders will benefit from cheaper childcare next year
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Minister hopes parents using childminders will benefit from cheaper childcare next year

Updated Sep 28th 2022, 1:45 PM 20,383 Views 29 Comments

Roderic O’Gorman says some childminders are concerned about what a new regulatory system will mean for them.

Core welfare payments increasing by €12 and plan for one-off double payments confirmed
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Core welfare payments increasing by €12 and plan for one-off double payments confirmed

Updated Sep 27th 2022, 8:26 PM 76,442 Views 34 Comments
  • There will be a double payment of child benefit paid out in November.
  • The Fuel Allowance is set to have it's means test ceiling raised, alongside a €400 lump sum.
  • The total package is worth €2.2 billion.
Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €100,000
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# Take Home Pay

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €100,000

Sep 27th 2022, 7:42 PM 47,637 Views 18 Comments

Here’s a breakdown of how your tax will change.

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €60,000
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# After Tax

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €60,000

Sep 27th 2022, 7:15 PM 31,130 Views 3 Comments

You’ll be paying around €800 less tax under Budget 2023.

Carbon tax to rise again next month - but impact on fuel for vehicles cost to be offset
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Carbon tax to rise again next month - but impact on fuel for vehicles cost to be offset

Sep 27th 2022, 6:43 PM 14,476 Views 26 Comments

The controversial tax will continue to increase as planned under Budget 2023.

As It Happened: Reaction as Budget 2023 and package to tackle cost-of-living crisis announced From TheJournal.ie
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As It Happened: Reaction as Budget 2023 and package to tackle cost-of-living crisis announced

'Our citizens need help': Everything you need to know about Budget 2023
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# Cost Of Living

'Our citizens need help': Everything you need to know about Budget 2023

Updated Sep 27th 2022, 6:32 PM 132,867 Views 141 Comments

The Government has confirmed a range of measures including tax band changes, electricity credits and social welfare increases.

National Security: 1,000 new gardaí, and defence funding to include money for primary air radar
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National Security: 1,000 new gardaí, and defence funding to include money for primary air radar

Updated Sep 27th 2022, 6:10 PM 20,422 Views 39 Comments

Defence will increase to €1.174bn which is a €67m rise from the 2022 allocation.

Reader Q&A: Got a question about Budget 2023? Get in touch...
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Reader Q&A: Got a question about Budget 2023? Get in touch...

Sep 27th 2022, 5:45 PM 3,683 Views 0 Comments

What would you like to know about the proposals outlined in Tuesday’s budget announcement?

VAT is scrapped on newspapers, defibrilators and HRT but will increase for hospitality
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VAT is scrapped on newspapers, defibrilators and HRT but will increase for hospitality

Sep 27th 2022, 3:37 PM 17,788 Views 10 Comments

VAT is being removed from newspapers, defibrillators and hormone and nicotine replacement therapies.

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €40,000
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# In Your Pocket

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €40,000

Sep 27th 2022, 3:24 PM 45,024 Views 7 Comments

You’ll be paying less tax because of changes to the PAYE cut-off, tax credits, and the USC.

10% levy on concrete blocks to help fund mica and pyrite redress schemes
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# Mica

10% levy on concrete blocks to help fund mica and pyrite redress schemes

Updated Sep 27th 2022, 2:57 PM 35,519 Views 37 Comments

The levy is expected to raise €80 million anually and it will be applied from 3 April 2023 at a rate of 10%.

Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €30,000
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Here's what Budget 2023 means for your payslip if you're earning €30,000

Sep 27th 2022, 2:48 PM 27,667 Views 11 Comments

Changes to tax credits and USC mean you’re about to pay less tax.

Income tax standard rate cut off point raised to €40,000
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# Tax Bands

Income tax standard rate cut off point raised to €40,000

Sep 27th 2022, 1:55 PM 27,828 Views 5 Comments

The €3,200 rise in the rate will amount to €640 for most PAYE workers.

Public finance surplus of over €4.4 billion projected for this year
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# Budget War Chest

Public finance surplus of over €4.4 billion projected for this year

Sep 24th 2022, 10:35 AM 16,123 Views 21 Comments

Ireland’s finances are in rude health, even compared with projections from earlier this year.

VAT on newspapers likely to be abolished, Taoiseach indicates
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VAT on newspapers likely to be abolished, Taoiseach indicates

Sep 23rd 2022, 8:15 PM 15,819 Views 23 Comments

Government discussions about slashing the VAT rate are underway.

Budget 2023: What can we expect in next week's package?
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Budget 2023: What can we expect in next week's package?

Sep 20th 2022, 6:00 AM 87,899 Views 32 Comments

Next week’s budget is set to be split in two, with one-off cost-of-living measures expected to be included.

Analysis: Dysfunctional housing policy is failing a generation of renters
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# Cost Of Living

Analysis: Dysfunctional housing policy is failing a generation of renters

Updated Sep 19th 2022, 10:00 AM 24,860 Views 49 Comments

Economist Victor Duggan looks at the rental policy failures that have brought us to the current crisis.

Varadkar unapologetic on 'Sinn Féin manifesto' remark about Commission on taxation
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Varadkar unapologetic on 'Sinn Féin manifesto' remark about Commission on taxation

Sep 18th 2022, 2:35 PM 29,255 Views 40 Comments

‘I hope we’re not in the place where you can’t say what you think anymore in politics.’

Coveney says government is 'ruling nothing out' in response to cost-of-living crisis
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Coveney says government is 'ruling nothing out' in response to cost-of-living crisis

Sep 11th 2022, 2:44 PM 30,637 Views 31 Comments

The Foreign Affairs Minister warned “this isn’t a crisis that is going to go away quickly”.

Green Party believes being in Government is 'right thing to do for the country'
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Green Party believes being in Government is 'right thing to do for the country'

Sep 10th 2022, 6:30 AM 18,806 Views 120 Comments

The Green Party is holding its think-in today in Co Clare as the Dáil returns from its summer recess.

Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis
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Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis

Updated Sep 2nd 2022, 5:45 PM 36,669 Views 45 Comments

It comes as the ESRI’s senior research officer said that 43% of households could be in energy poverty due to rising prices.

Budget must be ‘balancing act’ between helping vulnerable and stoking inflation, watchdog warns
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# Fiscal Advisory Council

Budget must be ‘balancing act’ between helping vulnerable and stoking inflation, watchdog warns

Aug 31st 2022, 6:00 AM 8,347 Views 6 Comments

The Fiscal Advisory Council said Ireland’s economic recovery has lost momentum in recent months.

'I don't say it lightly': Housing crisis is a breach in the social contract, says Tánaiste
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# Leo Varadkar

'I don't say it lightly': Housing crisis is a breach in the social contract, says Tánaiste

Updated Aug 19th 2022, 12:59 PM 65,687 Views 107 Comments
  • Varadkar says the Government needs to have "another go" at fixing the housing crisis
  • Renters need more help, declares Tánaiste
  • However, Budget 2023 will not have all the solutions to fix property situation
Call for all social welfare payments to be increased by €20 as older people 'turn off heating'
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# Age Action

Call for all social welfare payments to be increased by €20 as older people 'turn off heating'

Aug 16th 2022, 11:35 AM 27,656 Views 58 Comments

Age Action said the State Pension should be increased by at least €23 in the Budget.

Costs of climate action measures and Slaintecare not properly recorded, committee told
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# Public Spending

Costs of climate action measures and Slaintecare not properly recorded, committee told

Jul 13th 2022, 8:59 PM 12,447 Views 12 Comments

The pensions issue, climate financing and healthcare reform are the main challenges for Ireland’s finances.

Defence spending boost confirmed but doubt cast over several key reform proposals
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# New Plan

Defence spending boost confirmed but doubt cast over several key reform proposals

Updated Jul 13th 2022, 12:50 PM 22,514 Views 30 Comments

A new high level action plan on the Defence Forces has been launched this morning.

Budget aims to help 'most vulnerable' and the 'squeezed middle', says McGrath
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# Cost Of Living Crisis

Budget aims to help 'most vulnerable' and the 'squeezed middle', says McGrath

Updated Jul 1st 2022, 4:20 PM 20,714 Views 35 Comments

Cabinet could decide next week to bring the Budget forward to the end of September.

Eamon Ryan 'wouldn't object' to bringing Budget forward to September
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Eamon Ryan 'wouldn't object' to bringing Budget forward to September

Jun 30th 2022, 1:29 PM 11,261 Views 28 Comments

The Minister for Transport said the matter will be discussed at Cabinet next week.

High-earning public servants to have pay restored, as Varadkar admits timing 'isn't the best'
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# FEMPI

High-earning public servants to have pay restored, as Varadkar admits timing 'isn't the best'

Updated Jun 22nd 2022, 9:00 AM 46,168 Views 109 Comments

The public servants due to have their pay restored include medical consultants, members of the judiciary and some CEOs.

The good, the bad and the alright: Ireland's healthcare system compared to the rest of the EU
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# Comparison

The good, the bad and the alright: Ireland's healthcare system compared to the rest of the EU

Jun 3rd 2022, 9:00 PM 33,071 Views 43 Comments

Our interactive graphs showing where Ireland ranks compared to other EU countries.

Parents paying nearly €800 in monthly fees per child in childcare, report finds
# Cost Of Childcare
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# Cost Of Childcare

Parents paying nearly €800 in monthly fees per child in childcare, report finds

May 13th 2022, 3:54 PM 19,969 Views 35 Comments

A new report finds that the average weekly fee nationally per child for full day childcare is €186.84.

Living wage proposals to be brought to Government before summer, says Varadkar
# Inflation
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# Inflation

Living wage proposals to be brought to Government before summer, says Varadkar

Apr 12th 2022, 6:30 PM 21,737 Views 24 Comments

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said indexing the tax bands further is needed now more than ever.

Govt to take further action on rising cost of living before October's Budget, says Varadkar
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# Energy Costs

Govt to take further action on rising cost of living before October's Budget, says Varadkar

Mar 4th 2022, 2:34 PM 18,929 Views 46 Comments

Varadkar said the cost of living was rising even before the war in Ukraine, and now it has only gotten worse.

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