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Analysis & Overview›
Review of card holders' 'eligibility' will terrify parents
Mixed news for families, but the old, sick and savers are targeted
No wow factor but a few modest victories for smaller businesses
Like a stiletto blade – sliding into the backs of the most vulnerable
'To hell or Canada' for our youth – Cromwell would've been proud
A boost for the young, while OAPs get cold comfort
Well-targeted tax incentives will force rogues out of the shadows
How all has changed in space of five years
FINANCE Minister Michael Noonan said he won't be renewing the capital gains tax (CGT) relief on properties that have been held for seven years in Budget 2015 because there was, he said, a "wall of money" in the commercial property sector at the moment.
Sunday Independent reporter Niamh Horan at Doheny & Nesbitts talking about the budget 2014 with some of Ireland’s top economists. Credit: Gerry Mooney
Watch back our live Google+ hangout with Independent.ie experts reviewing what the budget changes will mean for you. Credit: Ronan Price/Clare Cullen
Independent.ie reporting from Limerick on the reaction to the Budget.
The capital's streets were lined with a heavy Garda presence before the announcement of Budget 2014. Credit: Denise Calnan/ Caoimhe Gaskin
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan speaks about DIRT tax. Credit: David Conachy/Caoimhe Gaskin
Sunday Independent Political Correspondent, Daniel McConnell, sums up today's Budget.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan answers Independent.ie's Fiach Kelly's question on medical savings from the Budget. Credit: Steve Humphrey
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin answers all the questions asked about the Budget. Credit: Steve Humphreys
Sunday Independent Political Editor John Drennan reporting on Budget 2014. Credit: Steve Humphreys
Raid on savings sees DIRT tax rise by a massive 8pc while Michael Noonan has also risked a ‘grey brigade’ revolt
Independent.ie speaks to people on the streets about #Budget2014.
Oliver Callan gives us his Budget 2014 as Michael Noonan, Michael Martin, Joan Burton and Enda Kenny. Credit: Steve Humphreys
Finance Minister Michael Noonan on the 2014 Budget. Credit: MerrionStreetNews
Minister Brendan Howlin on the 2014 Budget. Credit: MerrionStreetNews
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