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2 April 2009 Edition

Addressing the public finance deficit

2 April 2009

SINN FÉIN last week set out in detail how it would stimulate and stabilise the 26-County economy through a major plan to retain and create jobs. This week, the party published the details of its submission to the Irish Government to address the shortfall in public finances. The Sinn Féin proposals would protect those on low to middle incomes and those on social welfare. They call for a third tax rate on income in excess of €100,000, standardised tax reliefs and an end to tax exile status and shelters. Free article

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