Good news for the motor industry as car sales rose last month. Figures from the Society of Irish Motor Industry showed a 2.3% increase on the number of cars sold compared to this time last year. In total, 1,696 cars were sold in October bringing the total cars sold in 2013 to date to just over 73,000. The most popular car make is Volkswagen with the Golf being the best selling model. Over 70% of all cars sold have been diesel, which is a trend that has continued since the introduction of the CO2 based motor tax system.
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Today’s 34th Dublin Marathon attracted over 14,000 runners today, who took to the city’s streets in aid of various causes, with plenty of determination and some competitive spirit. Clare man and primary school teacher Sean Hehir won the 26.2 mile race with a time of 2 hours, 18 minutes and 19 seconds. Maria McCambridge, originally from Donegal, was the fastest woman, crossing the finish line after 2 hours, 38 minutes and 51 seconds.
Taxi drivers will have been avoiding Dublin city centre, with road closures in Merrion Square, Fitzwilliam Street, Baggott Street, Dawson Street and College Street, amongst others along the route, and drivers will have had to be somewhat more inventive than usual with their route planning. Whilst planning routes is a day-to-day occurrence, buying taxi insurance comes around much less frequently, and many drivers may be overpaying. Try Paddy Compare today to compare taxi insurance in Dublin, and across Ireland. Our one page forms and specialist insurers will ensure cheap taxi insurance quotes, so compare taxi insurance today!
Latest news following hearings with the Irish Agriculture Food committees sees the introduction of a statutory code of conduct into the grocery sector. The study found that food producers aren’t getting treated fairly or value for money for their goods. This comes as a result of larger wholesalers putting pressure on food processors, taking shortcuts and making large gains. The new code has brought mixed emotions with some for it and some against it such as the Director of Retail in Ireland who thinks the customers will lose out.
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Despite the spending cuts and tax increases we reported earlier in the week, this week’s budget had some positive news for unemployed tradesmen who are considering setting up their own business.
A tax break has been announced to incentivise a boost to the stagnant construction industry in Ireland. The ‘Start Your Own Business Scheme’ announced will provide a two-year exemption on income tax for people who have been unemployed for 15 months or more and start-up a new unincorporated business. This is in addition to the Home Renovation Initiative (HRI) which will provide an income tax credit of 13.5% for homeowners on home improvement expenditure of between €5,000 and €35,000.
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Finance Minister Michael Noonan delivered the 2014 budget yesterday which contained €2.5 billion worth of spending cuts and tax increases. You may wonder when and how are things ever going to improve? The Minister said the Government will continue to progress, grow the economy and create jobs as they prepare to exit the bailout. Some of the key cuts and changes announced include; job-seeker’s allowance for those under 25 cut to €100, child benefit cut by €10, corporation tax stays the same to encourage inward investment, 10% increase on cigarettes and on a pint of beer.
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Latest survey from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) showed that consumer prices rose 0.2% over the past year. Significant price increases were noted in alcohol and tobacco, with prices rising 4.8%. Education costs also rose by 4.8%. The CSO also recorded price increases in rent, electricity, gas and insurance prices. The low inflation figures have certainly boosted consumer spend but we all look ahead not to next week’s budget to see what the Government has planned for the future.
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From 21st December 2012, as a result of the 2011 judgement by the EU Court of Justice on The Gender Directive, it will no longer be possible for car insurance companies to use a person’s gender in calculating premiums for their products. Until now car insurers have been able to use statistical evidence that shows gender does matter when considering risk, with female drivers generally considered to be a lower risk than their male counterparts.
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