Irish Times coverage of Budget
The Irish Times and irishtimes.com is providing comprehensive coverage of Budget 2013.
Irishtimes.com is providing a live blog tracking the main announcements by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin from 2.30pm, a live video stream of their budget speeches, and up-to-date tweets of the measures outlined via our @IrishTimesBiz account.
There will be a series of video interviews available on irishtimes.com today, including analysis from Political Editor Stephen Collins, Economics Editor Dan O’Brien, PricewaterhouseCoopers partner Feargal O'Rourke and other Irish Times correspondents.
You can see Political Correspondent Harry McGee interview Mr Howlin on the key changes introduced by the Government on irishtimes.com this evening.
Readers can submit their budget questions, which will be answered by experts from The Irish Times and PricewaterhouseCoopers, once budget 2013 is announced, through until noon tomorrow.
Visitors to irishtimes.com can use our budget calculator to work out the implications of the decisions taken for their personal finances.
Tomorrow, The Irish Times will publish a detailed Budget 2013 supplement will news, analysis and graphics. This supplement is only available with tomorrow’s newspaper.
Submit your budget queries to experts from The Irish Times and PwC who will answer questions until noon on December 6th.