Where Does Your Tax Go?

Where Does Your Tax Go?

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€75

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  • State Administration
    €123
  • Security
    €123
  • Education
    €123
  • Community, Culture & Environment
    €123
  • Infrastructure
    €123
  • Social Programmes
    €123
  • Foreign Affairs
    €123
  • Health and Children
    €123
  • Economic Supports
    €123
  • Servicing Debt
    €123
  • €123
    Office of the Attorney General
  • €123
    Central Statistics Office
  • €123
    Office of the Chief State Solicitor
  • €123
    Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General
  • €123
    Office of the Revenue Commissioners
  • €123
    Office of the Appeal Commissioners
  • €123
    Office of Public Works
  • €123
    Valuation Office
  • €123
    Public Appointments Service
  • €123
    Shared Services
  • €123
    Office of the Ombudsman
  • €123
    Property Registration Authority
  • €123
    President's Establishment
  • €123
    Taoiseach's Department
  • €123
    Civil Service Pensions
  • €123
    Public Expenditure and Sectoral Policy
  • €123
    Public Service Management
  • €123
    Finance
  • €123
    Local Government Support
  • €123
    State Laboratory
  • €123
    Contingency
  • €123
    Director of Public Prosecutions
  • €123
    Secret Service
  • €123
    Garda Síochána
  • €123
    Prisons
  • €123
    Court Service
  • €123
    Justice and Equality
  • €123
    Defence
  • €123
    Fire Service
  • €123
    Admin
  • €123
    Primary Education
  • €123
    Secondary Education
  • €123
    School Transport
  • €123
    Teacher Education
  • €123
    Residential Institutional Redress Payments
  • €123
    Higher Education
  • €123
    Skills
  • €123
    Capital Services for Schools
  • €123
    Capital Grants to Higher Education
  • €123
    Public Private Partnerships
  • €123
    National Training Fund
  • €123
    Sports and Recreation Services
  • €123
    Tourism Services
  • €123
    Arts, Culture & Film
  • €123
    Heritage
  • €123
    Irish Language, Gaeltacht and the Islands
  • €123
    Broadcasting
  • €123
    Community and Rural Development
  • €123
    Environment and Waste Management
  • €123
    Planning
  • €123
    Libraries
  • €123
    Civil Aviation
  • €123
    Land Transport
  • €123
    Maritime Transport and Safety
  • €123
    Communications
  • €123
    Energy
  • €123
    Water Services
  • €123
    Housing
  • €123
    Pensions
  • €123
    Working Age Income Supports
  • €123
    Working Age Employment Supports
  • €123
    Illness, Disability and Carers
  • €123
    Children
  • €123
    Supplementary Payments
  • €123
    Admin
  • €123
    Centenarian's Bounty
  • €123
    Overseas Aid
  • €123
    Consular and Passport Services
  • €123
    North-South Reconciliation
  • €123
    International Affairs
  • €123
    Health Administration
  • €123
    Hospital Services
  • €123
    Community Services
  • €123
    Health Research
  • €123
    Health Agencies and Advisory Bodies
  • €123
    Compensation
  • €123
    Drugs Initiative
  • €123
    International Health
  • €123
    IT Systems
  • €123
    Buildings, Equipment and Furnishings
  • €123
    Primary Care and Medical Card Schemes
  • €123
    Long Term Residential Care
  • €123
    Children and Family Services
  • €123
    Other Services
  • €123
    National Treatment Purchase Fund
  • €123
    Jobs and Enterprise Development
  • €123
    Innovation
  • €123
    Regulation
  • €123
    Met Eireann
  • €123
    Trade Promotion
  • €123
    Natural Resources
  • €123
    Fisheries
  • €123
    Forestry and Bioenergy
  • €123
    Rural Economic Development
  • €123
    Agri-Food Policy
  • €123
    Food Safety & Animal and Plant Health
  • €123
    Farm Payments
Government debt in 2013 is expected to be €208 billion. Of this, €47 billion (23%) is due to bank bailouts.

The calculations are based on a single PAYE worker.

Most of the expenditure data comes from the 2013 Revised Estimates for Public Expenditure.