Budget 2011 - Measures Affecting the Workplace

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 8 December 2010
Ken Killoran
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In introducing his Budget for 2011, Minister for Finance, Brian Lenihan, predicted that the economy will return to a growth rate of 2.75% of GDP in the years 2011 to 2014. He also indicated that the live register of unemployment had fallen for 3 months in a row and redundancies were 30% lower than the last quarter of 2009. The economy appears to have regained some of the competitiveness that was lost in the boom times and this is evidenced by the growth in exports by 7% in the first half of 2010.

The taxation measures announced in the 4 year National Recovery Plan on 24th November 2010 have been replicated, with some additional items, in the Budget. Significant decreases in the personal and

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