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Budget 2016: €1,000 a year for the squeezed middle in budget giveaway

Taxpayers will be better off by about €1,000 a year following Tuesday’s budget, with the coalition targeting the self-employed, small businesses and families

12th October, 2015

Taxpayers will be better off by about €1,000 a year following Tuesday’s budget, with the coalition targeting the self-employed, small businesses and families.

A centrepiece of the budget will be a pro-business package, including a €500 tax credit for self-employed workers.

The Sunday Business Post understands that Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will use almost all of the €750 million he has earmarked for tax reductions to slash the unpopular universal social charge,...

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