Budget 2016 Being Presented To The Dáil

The Budget 2016 will be presented to the Dáil by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan today (Tuesday), starting at 2:15pm.

It is understood that the Budget will be aimed as "growing the economy and creating jobs".

Changes to the Universal Social Charge, an increase in the old age pension and hundreds of new garda jobs are expected to be included in Minister Noonan's Budget 2016.

A full report is expected following Minister Noonan's presentation.


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