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WATCH: If taxes are raised in Budget 2012, which should they be?

The very wealthy would be paying a great deal more tax if the respondents in this video vox pop had their way…

Image: TaxBrackets.org via Flickr.com

THE SHADOW OF Budget 2012 is beginning to loom even though it is not due until the beginning of December. Finance Minister Michael Noonan is due to pulish a deficit reduction plan this month to outline spending cuts and tax increases for the next three to four years.

Our pals at TheLineIreland took to the streets of Dublin this weekend to ask people what taxes they would prefer to see raised in December’s Budget, if – as suspected – they will be.

Property taxes came into their sights – and so too did wealthy individuals…

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