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# budget 2023

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Opinion: The new childcare ‘Core Funding’ is positive news but more is needed in the budget
Regina Bushell
Budget 2023: What can we expect in next week's package?
Analysis: Dysfunctional housing policy is failing a generation of renters
Victor Duggan
Budget 2023 must address 'chronic' overcrowding in Irish hospitals, says INMO
Windfall tax will be backdated but it's unclear how much money levy will raise, say leaders
Donohoe refuses to be drawn on Eurogroup issue but his party leader hopes he can keep the role
Proceeds from energy firm revenue cap and windfall tax to be pumped back into households, says minister
Taoiseach expects Michael McGrath to take up finance minister job following reshuffle
Government to consider EU’s windfall tax plans as part of budget
Coveney says government is 'ruling nothing out' in response to cost-of-living crisis
Proposals on pension age to go to Cabinet before budget, says minister
Customers likely to receive energy credits before Christmas and in the new year, suggests Varadkar
Fine Gael think-in to focus on how the party can 'stand up for working people'
Analysis: Governments must act before energy prices break consumers' backs
Victor Duggan
'Significant intervention is needed': Coalition leaders to meet to discuss rising energy costs
Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis
Poll: Should the minimum wage be increased to €14 per hour?
Childcare fees will fall for the vast majority of parents under 'big' Budget package
'I don't say it lightly': Housing crisis is a breach in the social contract, says Tánaiste
Low Pay Commission recommendation for minimum wage increase to go to Cabinet in September
€22.7 million paid out so far this year on emergency social welfare payments
Action on rental sector 'does not necessarily' need to be on Budget day, says Varadkar
Call for all social welfare payments to be increased by €20 as older people 'turn off heating'
Jump in emergency welfare payments reflects what's happening on the ground for families, says SVP
Double child benefit payment, welfare hikes and tax changes - here's what to expect in the Budget
'Substantial income tax reductions' pledged in Budget 2023
Tax breaks for landlords a 'good idea', but renters should get concessions too, says Varadkar
Almost one in ten people struggled with food poverty in 2021, according to government
'Difficult' to say whether Budget will leave people better off, says Donohoe
Fiscal Advisory Council warns that Budget 2023 must be a 'delicate balancing act'
Cost of living crisis: SVP says poorer families are on the brink as choices narrow
Budget aims to help 'most vulnerable' and the 'squeezed middle', says McGrath
Government teases new tax bracket for middle-income earners
Help for renters, pension and social welfare increases as 'more room to manoeuvre' in Budget
Work underway to allow private sector workers to receive tax-free bonuses of up to €1,000
Government's 'objective' to cut childcare costs before Christmas - Taoiseach
Taoiseach says cost of living measures can’t be 'chased month to month'
Varadkar 'not ruling out' new cost-of-living measures before Budget
Moving income tax credits and bands will improve take-home pay, says Donohoe
'Not right' pay increases for workers should be gobbled up by tax, USC and PRSI, says Varadkar