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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.

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It’s taken two days, €2.2 billion in cuts and €1.6 billion in taxes – but we finally know exactly what’s on the table for next year’s Budget.

Our Readers’ Panel spoke to readers from across the country about how they are going to be affected by the changes announced by Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin over the past two days.

They talked about the VAT increase, the Household Charge, motor tax, the cuts in disability allowance to young people – and lots more.

Click on the a link below to find out:

You can read more about what our Readers’ Panel had expected before the Budget here.

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