Murphy, Dominick F

Wednesday, 21 March 1962

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 55 No. 3

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Cement (Amendment) Bill, 1962— Second and Subsequent Stages.

Having listened to the Minister and looked at the Bill, I must confess I still find it very hard to understand the reasons for it. I note particularly that the Minister is assuring the House that the...More Button

Central Fund Bill, 1962 (Certified Money Bill) — Second Stage

Listening to Senator O'Brien speaking, I was reminded of a professor telling one of his pupils that he had been a bit reckless with his money and should be more careful for the future. My line, I am ...More Button

I am certainly not advocating more taxation.More Button

I am discussing it in relation to the whole economic position.More Button

We are dealing with expenditure involved in increased remuneration to State employees and I am making the point that it is largely recovered by the effect of PAYE on increased wages resulting from the...More Button

Right. We have been discussing the possible inflationary effect of the eighth round. I do not think there is too big a risk in that round because of the existence of PAYE which is immediately anti-...More Button

That is what I am trying to do. If you will just let me finish my point I might make it clear. It is increased by 22 per cent. If he is a married man with two children, the rate of tax which is siph...More Button

I think I have made my point that PAYE and the fact that it is in existence is a very anti-inflationary measure and will enable the Minister to recover the increased costs of the eighth round to the e...More Button


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