Aras 2018 Tally

Aras 2018 Tally

24/10/2018

The tally will start with the count at 9am, and is made possible due to representatives from all parties and independents working together and is usually extremely accurate. The boxes are normally opened in numeric order so there will be regional shifts during the tally. Live updates through Twitter, just click here to view Current […]

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Budget 2019 Favoured the Idle Over the Sick & Early Risers

Budget 2019 Favoured the Idle Over the Sick & Early Risers

10/10/2018

A middle income family with 3 kids, earning 35k each are a mere €284 a year better off, compared to the same couple on dole who are a massive €1,428 a year better off At same time a tiny €20m is added to the National Treatment Purchase Fund vs nearly €400m for social welfare, clearly […]

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Hibernia Forum Proposals for Budget 2019

Hibernia Forum Proposals for Budget 2019

01/10/2018

Summary and key points of our proposal: The economy has recovered strongly since the crash (page 3) There is no justification whatsoever for increasing overall tax levels (page 4) Proposal 1 – Appoint a dedicated Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform (page 5) Proposal 2 – Simplify the tax system (page 6) Proposal 3 – […]

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Budget 2017 – A Wasted Opportunity

12/10/2016

Before Budget 2017 the Hibernia Forum highlighted the fact that Income tax payers had been singled out by Government. The central reality is that while the real economy and revenues under most tax headings are struggling to recover to their 2007 highs, revenue from Income Tax and the Universal Charge is expected this year to […]

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2016 General Election Tally

23/02/2016

The tally will start with the count at 9am, and is made possible due to representatives from all parties and independents working together and is usually extremely accurate. The boxes are normally opened in numeric order so there will be regional shifts during the tally. Live updates through Twitter, just click here to view Current […]

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Marriage Referendum 2015

23/05/2015

The tally will start with the count at 9am, and is made possible due to representatives from all parties and civic groups working together and is usually extremely accurate. The boxes are normally opened in numeric order so there will be regional shifts during the tally. Live updates through Twitter, just click here to view. […]

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Comparison of Irish and UK Income Tax 2014/15

14/10/2014

There is still much misinformation about the amount of income tax paid in Ireland vs the UK Click here to see latest comparison, this is based on Budget 2015 and includes USC

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Yearly Cost of Permanent Idle is €311m

11/08/2014

Yesterday’s Sunday Business Post published figures obtained by Colm Keaveney TD that showed 34,500 people claiming the dole have never worked, never contibuted a cent in PRSI. (more…)

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Wicklow 2014 Results

25/05/2014

Details of the Wicklow counts are available at tinyurl.com/2014Result Summary of first count:

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Local & Euro Tally 2014

23/05/2014

The tally will start with the count at 9am, and is made possible due to representatives from all parties and civic groups working together and is usually extremely accurate. The boxes are normally opened in numeric order so there will be regional shifts during the tally. Live updates through Twitter, just click here to view. […]

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