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Budget 2022: Webinar

13th October, 2021

Budget 2022 was announced in the midst of an ongoing global pandemic and in a world post-Brexit. The Budget focused on sustainable recovery after the events of the last 18 months. Despite suggestions that there would be an improvement in public finances, the budget is in line with the Summer Economic Statement and will total €4.7bn.

The budget package is split between expenditure, tax and revenue measures worth €4.2bn, €500m, and approximately €230m respectively. The Minister also announced the establishment of a contingency fund amounting to €4bn.

In our webinar below, Davy Chief Economist, Conall MacCoille was joined in studio by David Farrell, Head of the School of Politics and International Relations at UCD, Paula Finlay, Director of Pensions, Davy Private Clients and our host, Vincent Wall, Business Editor at Newstalk to discuss the economic and political impact of Budget 2022.

Watch recording in full to find out more.

 

The links referenced by David Farrell are from [Irish Polling Indicator] and [Taylor & Francis Online].

 

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