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#Virtual Panel

# virtual-panel - Wednesday 8 October, 2014

We want you: Join TheJournal.ie’s Budget 2015 readers’ panel

We want to hear from a wide range of people across the country to find out their thoughts both ahead of Budget Day and on the day itself.

# virtual-panel - Monday 26 November, 2012

Join TheJournal.ie’s #Budget 2013 virtual panel

We want to hear from a wide range of people across the country to find out their thoughts both ahead of Budget Day and on the day itself.

# virtual-panel - Wednesday 7 December, 2011

Readers’ panel: How Budget 2012 has affected YOU

How is the Budget going to affect readers? We’ve asked a broad selection of readers what they think about the news from the past two days to find out.

# virtual-panel - Tuesday 6 December, 2011

Readers' panel: Married with children

John, a father of five, says he’ll be hit hard by road tax and the cut in child benefit – and says that not enough is being done to support entrepreneurs.

Readers' Panel: Unemployed

Glyn Carragher is relieved that unemployment benefit hasn’t been cut – but is worried that the Government has taken no action on job creation.

Readers' Panel: Separated mother-of-four

Budget 2012 has seen cuts to child benefit for third and fourth children, changes to motor tax, and changes to the Universal Social Charge.

Readers' Panel: Single and working full time

Budget 2012 has seen an increase of 2 percentage points in VAT and an increase in tax on fuel.

# virtual-panel - Monday 5 December, 2011

In numbers: the first half of Budget 2012

A numerical breakdown of where the government has cut €2.2 billion in spending,

# virtual-panel - Monday 28 November, 2011

Join TheJournal.ie's #Budget 2012 virtual panel

We want to hear from a wide range of people across the country on how the Budget impacts them.

# virtual-panel - Tuesday 7 December, 2010

Small businessowner, income of €20,000 - €35,000

Sue is married and has been running her own business for the past ten years

Married with children, unemployed, relying on social welfare

Michael is cohabiting, has two children, and is currently unemployed.

Married, employed, income of less than €20,000

James is married, aged under 65 and works in the industrial sector.

Retired and living on old age pension

Noel is an 83-year-old retired widower who receives the old age pension.

Director of a small business

Mark is married with one child and is the director of a small consulting business.

Cohabiting, working several jobs, variable income

Imogen lives with her partner of 25 years and works three jobs.

Married, employed full time, income of €55,000 - €75,000

Stephen is married with two children and is a technical director in IT company.

Living alone, depending on disability allowance

Anne is mother of three adult children. She lives alone and relies on a wheelchair.

Single, full time employment, income in the region of €55,000 - €75,000

John works full time, lives alone and has no dependents.

Lone parent on social welfare

Aimee is a lone parent in her twenties who relies on single parent allowance.

Virtual Panel for the Budget 2011

Meet the TheJournal.ie panellists who talk candidly about the affect the Budget will have on them.

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