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Varadkar said that the income tax limit in Ireland will be increased to 40,000 euros

Dublin: Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he would consider lowering personal income taxes. Varadkar said economic conditions could limit this.

Income up to €36,800 is currently taxed at 20%. The plan is to raise the price to 40,000 euros. The remaining balance is taxed at 40%. Varadkar also suggested that there should be an income tax bracket of 30 percent. Varadkar said that this matter would be discussed in detail.

Varadkar mentioned that this would save a person €3,200 before taxes each year.

The Prime Minister announced that the income tax threshold will be raised to 40,000 euros next year.

Varadkar stated that pay increases and income tax cuts would be required to assist people with the cost of living, so that the cut-off rate would reach €40,000 in 2023. For married and civil partnership couples, the cut-off point will be €49,000, Varadkar said.

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