08 October, 2019 in Industry News

Republic of Ireland Budget 2020 - Personal Tax

Minister of Finance, Paschal Donohoe, delivered his 3rd budget today, 8th October

Personal Tax

  • No changes to personal taxes due to Brexit uncertainty.
  • The Home Carer tax credit is to increase by €100 to €1,600.
  • The reduced rate of USC for medical card holders has been extended for another year to the end of December 2020.
  • The Self Employed earned income tax credit is to increase by €150 to €1,500
  • The Help To Buy Scheme will continue in its current form for a further period of two years to the end of 2021.


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