On Tuesday 9 October 2018, Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Mr. Paschal Donohoe T.D., delivered his Budget 2019 speech to the Dáil.
Set against the backdrop of a growing economy, Budget 2019 contained a range of expenditure and taxation reform measures designed to further develop the underlying strength and resilience of our economy.
Budget 2019 focused on increased spending in priority areas such as health, housing, infrastructure and education.
Cuts to USC, increase in tax credits for stay-at-home parents and the self-employed , a “rainy day fund” and new Brexit measures were among the announcements made in Budget 2019.
We have summarised the key points from Budget 2019 which we feel are relevant to our private and corporate clients and contacts.
We would be delighted to discuss any queries you may have in relation to the impact Budget 2019 will have on you and your finances, just give us a call to arrange a meeting with a member of our tax team.
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