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FF urges government to come clean on tax plans

The government must clarify the status of its pledge not to increase income tax or to cut social welfare rates after the release of details of Budget 2013 agreed with the EU/IMF.

25th August, 2012

The government must clarify the status of its pledge not to increase income tax or to cut social welfare rates after the release of details of Budget 2013 agreed with the EU/IMF, according to Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath.

McGrath said government promises to maintain current rates of income tax bands and credits in the Programme for Government have been contradicted by the published details, which were in a revised memorandum with...

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