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Budget 2014 Ireland (Part 2)

Summary Update – Expenditure and Social Protection Brendan Howlin speech contained some interesting and unexpected points 1) Introduction of a Public Private partnership scheme for providing social programmes. The first pilot programme is to provide homes for homeless people in Dublin. This needs more detail but is an interesting development. 2) PPP to work on […]

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Protecting your bank deposits – A recent article from Investwise for

I wrote this article for over the weekend which I thought might be of interest: Read Article

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Budget Fairness, My View

It is crucial that budgets and the tax system as a whole are fair, and that those who have the ability to pay take a larger share of the burden. However, this government has done a reasonable job of sharing the load if you look at all budgets since 2008. Budget impact on incomes since […]

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