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#wage subsidy

# wage-subsidy - Thursday 23 July, 2020

Pandemic Unemployment Payment extended - but some rates will be tapered from 17 September

The wage subsidy scheme will also be extended but the Taoiseach indicated a move away from supports towards greater employment.

# wage-subsidy - Wednesday 1 July, 2020

AIB reverses 'de-facto ban' on mortgage approval for wage subsidy recipients

The bank said that it may still refuse to allow a mortgage to be drawn down if it finds a customer is unable to meet repayments.

# wage-subsidy - Tuesday 30 June, 2020

Call for banks to reverse 'de-facto ban' on mortgage approval for wage subsidy recipients

Applicants who received approval before the Covid-19 crisis have had approval pulled.

# wage-subsidy - Wednesday 20 May, 2020

Paschal Donohoe is 'examining' maternity leave exclusion from Covid-19 wage subsidy

The Finance Minister had said previously that it wasn’t possible to change the Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme to suit each individual.

# wage-subsidy - Wednesday 6 May, 2020

Paschal Donohoe says wage subsidy and pandemic payment will continue 'in some form'

The Finance Minister said however that the level of support may change.

# wage-subsidy - Thursday 16 April, 2020

Childcare providers have until Tuesday to sign up to wage subsidy scheme

Wages of thousands of employees working in the childcare sector will be topped up to a maximum of €586 a week.

# wage-subsidy - Wednesday 15 April, 2020

Changes to subsidy scheme: State will now pay up to 85% of wages for lower income workers

The Finance Minister today announced a number of changes to the subsidy scheme to address gaps that left some workers worse off.

# wage-subsidy - Friday 3 April, 2020

'Anomalies have arisen': Donohoe admits 'gap' in wage subsidy scheme for low paid workers

Sinn Féin says workers are being penalised in some cases.