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Old 10-06-2012, 11:03 PM   #61461
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Way to go Dave.
You killed the fucking thread again.
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:08 AM   #61462
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So it turns out adding another tax band, a relatively modest one, would go a long way to easing Ireland's income problems.


So that’s that – but what about a higher rate of income tax of 48 per cent on all pay over €100,000?
In response to a question from one Labour TD, Michael Noonan said that the estimated yield would be around €365 million in one year.

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This is 10 per cent of the entire necessary budget adjustment and would help ease the pressure in other areas such as Education, Health and Social Protection.



Pity it'll never happen.
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:45 PM   #61463
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^ but all the rich people will move to monaco!

as opposed to all the rich people currently leaving because ireland's ****ed up already






so... jeremy hunt.

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Way to go Dave.
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:19 PM   #61464
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^ but all the rich people will move to monaco!

as opposed to all the rich people currently leaving because ireland's ****ed up already

They can't leave, that's the wonderful thing about the housing collapse, they can't afford to leave anymore because their multi-million euro houses are worth a song and some pocket change.
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:22 PM   #61465
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:33 PM   #61466
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i have a song! AND POCKET CHANGE!!!

Seriously, if you have some cash there's some amazing bargains to be had here at the moment.
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:34 PM   #61467
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Seriously, if you have some cash there's some amazing bargains to be had here at the moment.

what could 20k in ireland bills get me?
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:04 PM   #61468
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They can't leave, that's the wonderful thing about the housing collapse, they can't afford to leave anymore because their multi-million euro houses are worth a song and some pocket change.


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Old 10-07-2012, 04:10 PM   #61469
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what could 20k in ireland bills get me?


Whatever it is, you'd be in Ireland.
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:20 PM   #61470
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yeah that's the point. it's cheap but it's kinda lame (i'm counting NI in with that, too, before paddy jumps on me).

Of course, that does pose some serious questions about why the **** houses were costing so much at the height of the boom. I remember round here they were selling townhouses and shit and comparing them to prices in central London- "oh, townhouses are the big thing in big cities". No shit. But people don't want to live in townhouses in those cities, they're just the only thing they can afford and they want to be in a big city. As opposed to out in the middle of nowhere in ireland. A small flat isn't worth £300k because a small flat is worth £300k. It's worth £300k if it's located in an area where people actually want to live.

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yeah that's the point. it's cheap but it's kinda lame (i'm counting NI in with that, too, before paddy jumps on me).

Of course, that does pose some serious questions about why the **** houses were costing so much at the height of the boom. I remember round here they were selling townhouses and shit and comparing them to prices in central London- "oh, townhouses are the big thing in big cities". No shit. But people don't want to live in townhouses in those cities, they're just the only thing they can afford and they want to be in a big city. As opposed to out in the middle of nowhere in ireland. A small flat isn't worth £300k because a small flat is worth £300k. It's worth £300k if it's located in an area where people actually want to live.

jeez.

Yep. It was madness, there are thousands of empty apartments in Dublin now though, so it's a great time to be renting. My mate got a flat in the "Heuston South Quarter" development for about 300 euros a month with himself and 2 others. The woman who handed them the keys (one of those over the "development") was almost in tears because "these apartments were meant for young professionals and families, not for students". We did have fun watching the DVD they gave him about "caring for your new home", there was stuff about childproofing the balconies and so on, amazingly funny.

In fact, in my hometown this week a massive convent
"the former Sacred Heart convent in Roscrea, Co Tipperary ... set on over 5 acres and the buildings – include the former school, a retreat house and accommodation – dating back to 1845" sold at a distressed property auction for €115,000. Still overpriced at that if you ask me.

http://businessetc.thejournal.ie/al...621043-Oct2012/
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:43 PM   #61472
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Yep. It was madness, there are thousands of empty apartments in Dublin now though, so it's a great time to be renting. My mate got a flat in the "Heuston South Quarter" development for about 300 euros a month with himself and 2 others. The woman who handed them the keys (one of those over the "development") was almost in tears because "these apartments were meant for young professionals and families, not for students". We did have fun watching the DVD they gave him about "caring for your new home", there was stuff about childproofing the balconies and so on, amazingly funny.

In fact, in my hometown this week a massive convent
"the former Sacred Heart convent in Roscrea, Co Tipperary ... set on over 5 acres and the buildings – include the former school, a retreat house and accommodation – dating back to 1845" sold at a distressed property auction for €115,000. Still overpriced at that if you ask me.

http://businessetc.thejournal.ie/al...621043-Oct2012/



Bleurgh I really hate that prejudice against students.
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:52 PM   #61473
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Bleurgh I really hate that prejudice against students.

It wasn't so much prejudice as much as it seemed she really felt proud of having been involved in making this wonderful place for young families to live and now that would, realistically, never ever happen. There are loads of places, for example, for lovely shops and stuff (they'd envisaged boutique coffee places and little food stores, instead there's a loan Spar and a bunch of empty lots) underneath the apartments and so on, loads of places for landscaping and that, but it's essentially a ghost town, loads of empty apartments and big empty plazas.

Also, she was probably losing a lot of money. Furthermore, the students did kind of wreck the place...
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Yep. It was madness, there are thousands of empty apartments in Dublin now though, so it's a great time to be renting. My mate got a flat in the "Heuston South Quarter" development for about 300 euros a month with himself and 2 others. The woman who handed them the keys (one of those over the "development") was almost in tears because "these apartments were meant for young professionals and families, not for students". We did have fun watching the DVD they gave him about "caring for your new home", there was stuff about childproofing the balconies and so on, amazingly funny.

In fact, in my hometown this week a massive convent
"the former Sacred Heart convent in Roscrea, Co Tipperary ... set on over 5 acres and the buildings – include the former school, a retreat house and accommodation – dating back to 1845" sold at a distressed property auction for €115,000. Still overpriced at that if you ask me.

http://businessetc.thejournal.ie/al...621043-Oct2012/


haha wow

i don't think it's just as bad up here, but it's still not great.

childproofing the balconies might be a good idea for students

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Old 10-07-2012, 11:19 PM   #61475
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Hugo Chavez won re-election to another 6 year term and that's p cool.
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:40 AM   #61476
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That's right kids in the new tory britain workers can now trade, maternity, severence and flexible working rights for tax free shares. £2000-£50000 pounds of shares free, just hand over your dignity and self respect.

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That's right kids in the new tory britain workers can now trade, maternity, severence and flexible working rights for tax free shares. £2000-£50000 pounds of shares free, just hand over your dignity and self respect.

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Thought I'd share that as it's entirely political and Gove-controlled...

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Old 10-08-2012, 04:20 PM   #61478
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Thought I'd share that as it's entirely political and Gove-controlled...

That's because Gove reads this thread and you've hurt his feelings.


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Sarcasm I hope. Fuk Hugo Chaves..
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Based on what I read the election was conducted fairly and democratically. I was reading reports throughout the day of people that went to observe who seemed thrilled at how fairly and smoothly the elections ran. Nor did I hear any complaints from the opposition that any corruption or collusion had taken place.

Whether you like Chavez or not, democratic elections in countries where corruption could be prevalent is something to be admired.
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