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Trucker tax break will fuel trade
TRUCKING companies were among the few winners after the Budget with a new tax break on fuel from the beginning of July next year.
New mums down €800 as maternity benefit to be taxed
NEW mothers will have to hand over €800 each to the Revenue because of the government move to tax maternity benefit for the first time.
Some given early access to pension funds
PENSION savers will get limited access to their funds before they retire after the Government bowed to pressure from TDs and lobby groups.
Families and women are big losers in austerity drive
FAMILIES will be feeling the brunt of Budget 2013 for a long time. We have been mugged, will be the feeling many will be left with after speeches...
Child benefit cuts will see four-child family lose out by €696
CHILD benefit has been slashed by up to €240 a year per child – meaning a family with four children will lose out by €696 under swingeing cuts.
Prescription charge for medical card holders trebles
PUBLIC and private patients on a lot of medication or taking expensive drugs will be hit hard by a new round of health hikes.
Drivers of older cars will take a hit but motorists are at least spared petrol hike
HARD-pressed motorists with older cars face huge new bills for motor tax from next month.
Property tax bill as high as €15,000 for some well-off homeowners
WEALTHY homeowners will be hit with four-figure property tax bills after splurging on upmarket properties.
Dole rules tightened to save €82m
WORKERS who lose their jobs will only be entitled to claim Jobseeker's Benefit for a maximum of nine months, instead of 12 months at present.
Rent hikes loom as investors hit hard
RENTS are predicted to rise again as some property investors suffered a triple whammy in the Budget.