No İncome Tax Cuts For Workers Due To Brexit Threat, Warns Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe - Independent.İe

No İncome Tax Cuts For Workers Due To Brexit Threat, Warns Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe - Independent.İe

No income tax cuts for workers due to Brexit threat, warns Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe - Independent.ie

No income tax cuts for workers due to Brexit threat, warns Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe

12.9.2019

No income tax cuts for workers due to Brexit threat, warns Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe

INCOME tax cuts in next year’s budget have been ruled out by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe.

Ministers have agreed that the Budget will be prepared on the assumption that we are heading for a disorderly Brexit.

"Given the uncertainty and lack of clarity regarding the timing and format that the UK's exit will take, preparing for a no-deal scenario is the most sensible approach," Mr Donohoe said.

As a result Mr Donohoe will have €700m for new tax initiatives and spending increases.

Mr Donohoe said there is “a case” for reducing income tax on middle income workers in order offset the impact of Brexit, but “I’m not going to do that”.

“A crucial policy response is to build up our capacity to respond to these challenges.

Read more: Independent.ie

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