BALANCING IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM NEEDS
Ministers Michael McGrath and Paschal Donohoe presented Budget 2024 on Tuesday 10 October 2023 as one which seeks to balance immediate cost-of-living and social needs with longer-term requirements for society.
The Budget contains a series of tax measures and additional expenditure to help families and businesses deal with rising costs. In additional it created two new funds to address the needs of an ageing society as well as longer-term infrastructure and climate requirements.
The tax team at DHKN reports the key points set out in the Budget by both ministers as they impact taxation and welfare payments and have prepared a comprehensive, easy-to-read booklet on all the proposed changes which you can read here.
Alternatively you can look at the impact of Budget 2024 by tax type or benefits by clicking the links below which will take you to the relevant detail.
- Tax Bands & Tax Credits
- Universal Social Charge
- Rent Tax Credit
- Mortgage Interest Relief
- Micro-generation of Electricity
- Help to Buy (HTB)
- Rented Residential Relief
- Vacant Homes Tax
- Residential Zoned Land Tax
- Corporation Tax rates
- R&D Credit
- Employment Investment Incentive (EII)
- Bank Levy
- Section 481 Film Relief
- Accelerated Capital Allowances
- Stamp Duty on inter-family transfers
- Accelerated Capital Allowances – Farm Safety Equipment
- Land Leasing Income Tax Relief
- Young Trained Farmers and Succession Farm Partnerships
- Retirement relief
- Revised Entrepreneur Relief
- Angel Investor Relief