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# Alternative Budget

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# Alternative Budget
Sinn Féin wants to give a tax break to all renters at a cost of €279 million
Giving tax relief to renters would cost €279 million.
# budget 2019
Sinn Féin proposes €400 second-home tax, 5% high-earner levy and pension hike
The party’s alternative budget proposes a €1 billion boost for social housing.
# budget 2018
Labour wants banks to pay double their levy but says tax cuts would be 'foolish'
Leader of the party Brendan Howlin said the plan “cut poverty, not taxes”.
# Alternative Budget
Sinn Féin wants to abolish the property tax at a cost of €440 million
The party also proposes a 7% levy on incomes over €100,000.
# Alternative Budget
No cuts to primary spending, taxes for wealthy and a €4.5 billion stimulus - ICTU publishes budget plan
The general secretary of the congress says that their plan would help Ireland reach deficit targets and create jobs.
# steve the cat
The day Steve the Cat came to our office… in photos
Steve was in the offices to offer some expert advice on Budget 2013.
# purrrnot grigio
Steve the Cat has just heard about the €1 wine increase...
… and he needs a lie down.
# Milking it
PHOTOS: Steve the Cat’s pre-budget meeting
Economic analyst Mr Steve TheCat joins for Budget 2013.
# Budget 2013
Fianna Fáil's alternative budget: Cuts to politician pensions and no property tax
Fianna Fáil today launched its budget proposals entitled “A Fairer Way to Recovery”.
# Alternative Budget
‘Alternative Budget’ claims to save €3.6billion without hitting poor
New proposals would deliver the necessary savings while also making Ireland fairer, according to Social Justice Ireland.