Budget 2018 is just around the corner and we want to know how you feel about it!
With the 2018 Budget fast approaching, we are exploring Irish billpayers' attitudes towards their day-to-day finances. How confident do you feel about your finances these days? Do you feel that the recovery is underway? Or do you feel the complete opposite? Whatever your opinion, we’d like to hear it.
That’s why we are undertaking a nationwide survey to find out how the Irish public really feels, and we’d love if you could lend your opinions. The survey takes just a quick 3 minutes to complete (all answers are multiple choice) and as an incentive, you’ll be entered into a draw for a chance to win a €100 One4All voucher.
What can we expect from Budget 2018?
While we won’t know the exact details of the 2018 Budget until the afternoon of October 10th, there are plenty of rumours already swirling around. The Irish Times has a whole list of speculations for Budget 2018 including:
Income tax cuts
State pension likely to rise
Inheritance tax threshold to increase
Tax to fall on savings
Meanwhile, The Independent feels sure that the income tax threshold is going to rise and that a sugar tax is likely to be introduced, along with another excise on cigarettes.
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