Wednesday February 26, 2020

Budget 2017: Brian Keegan’s five things to watch out for

This Tuesday is not expected to bring any major financial shocks we can expect some notable changes in Ireland’s fiscal landscape

9th October, 2016
Brian Keegan: The budget will have its usual theatre, even if the script is already largely known Picture: Clare Keogh

Never before is so little being spent by so many. Gone are the days when the budget was almost solely in the gift of the Minister for Finance. Tuesday’s Budget 2017 is a product of the programme for a partnership government, blessed by the independents in government, sanctioned by the main opposition party and structured to meet the requirements of Brussels.

Almost everyone in political life, it seems, has already had some hand or...

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