Budget 2015: Budget puts a bit more money in some pockets

Last Wednesday the headlines carried by the morning papers told the story of finance minister Michael Noonan's fourth budget.

19th October, 2014
The budget was generally one of give and take. Picture: Thinkstock

Last Wednesday, as the dust settled on Budget 2015, the headlines carried by the morning papers told the story of finance minister Michael Noonan’s fourth budget.

The overarching sentiment seemed to be that Budget 2015 was a budget of give and take. While some of the papers got caught up in the positive, with a cut in income tax sitting side by side with football fever after Ireland’s surprise 1-1 draw with Germany, others...

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