Our government has actually delivered

Today, our government held the annual budget, where they help people out with cost of living, help businesses out, etc.

And they actually delivered!

They had said there would be a lot of measures in this years budget to help people out with their increasing energy and heating bills, and that was true. We’ll get 600 euro in credit for our electricity, in 3 one off installments of 200 euro per installment, one before Christmas, and two after Christmas.

We’re also to get a 400 euro lump sum for our heating bills.

Also all people on social welfare payments will get a one off payment of 500 euros, a 12 euro raise per week, and a bonus week in October, that is a full week’s money on top of the regular weeks money.

We’ll also get another bonus week at Christmas!

There were other measures to help businesses, people who need childcare etc. but they didn’t effect me so I didn’t really listen to what they were.

I’m still in shock that we actually got so much help in this years budget!

Cost of living has skyrocketed! So we need all the help we can get IMO!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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