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# Budget 2014

All time
Analysis: Pre-Budget leaks made for anti-climactic affair inside and outside Leinster House
How was it for you? Our Readers' Panel react, Part One
How was it for you? Our Readers' Panel react, Part Two
So, where does the tax on alcohol, tobacco and petrol go?
Wine, banter and turning on each other: Here's how Twitter reacted to Budget 2014
Budget 2014: the key things to know from today’s announcement
One-parent families hit by Budget tax changes
Howlin says notion of 'shame' over bereavement grant abolition 'entirely inappropriate'
25 good things that have happened since the last budget
'We don’t want to incur any reputational damage': Noonan on 'stateless' companies crackdown
Budget 2014 liveblog: As it happened
Column: Cutting unemployment benefit to the under-26s is unjust and unacceptable
Dan O'Neill and Fiona Dunkin
Core payments were protected thanks to job creation - Burton
US warns citizens about protests in Dublin
Here are the heartwarming and surprising things that make you all happy
In numbers: Budget 2014
ICSA: No nasty surprises for farmers in the Budget
Reilly on health cuts: 'This does entail more heavy lifting for people'
Funding for Irish sport reduced to €8.73 per citizen
"This Budget gives young people one guarantee - emigration" - Sinn Féin reacts to the Budget
Funeral directors will seek u-turn on Bereavement Grant cut
Higher rate of Invalidity Pension to be phased out
Home renovation tax incentive will hurt 'tax dodging cowboys' - IGBC
IN FULL: Brendan Howlin's Budget 2014 speech
Bruton: Expect 48,000 new jobs in 2014
The Guide to blocking the budget
Lotto sale to fund children's hospital, a training centre, roads and more
Telephone allowance, maternity benefit and medical cards hit hard in Budget
IN FULL: Michael Noonan's Budget 2014 speech
Levy on banks of €150 million a year until 2016
Under 5s care "first step" towards free GP visits for all --- Howlin
Government to "strategically invest" €6.4 billion NPRF pot
No increases in VAT or income tax next year
Two-year income tax exemption for unemployed who set up business
'DIRT' tax on savings interest to rise to 41 per cent
Cigarettes and pints up by 10 cent, wine up by 50 cent
Noonan cracks down on 'stateless' companies registered in Ireland for tax
Good news for airlines: Air Travel Tax to be scrapped next year
"Living City" designations to be extended to Cork, Dublin, Galway and Kilkenny