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Tuesday 22 July 2014

You can’t afford to miss our 32-page Budget supplement

Published 05/12/2012|19:44

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TOMORROW’S print edition of the Irish Independent will include a comprehensive 32-page guide to today’s Budget, with reports, comment and analysis from our leading team of journalists and analysts.

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Fiach Kelly, Michael Brennan and Lise Hand bring you inside the corridors of Leinster House as the Budget speeches were made.

Personal finance editor Charlie Weston teases out the hidden stings of the new property tax, showing the full table of bands and related charges.

Weston also digs into the hits to your pocket that add up to a large chunk of your income. From pensions to child benefit, we’ll show you where Michael Noonan has plugged the holes in the economy with help from your bank account.

Katherine Donnelly lays out the changes that will affect students, including an increase in the university registration fee. Eddie Cunningham details the massive hike in motor tax.

Meanwhile, there’s unrivalled commentary from David McWilliams, Liz O’Donnell, Martina Devlin, Fionnan Sheahan, Maeve Dineen and Brendan Keenan.

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