How much extra money will you have in your pocket in 2017?

We look at what effect the new measures announced in the budget will have on your pocket

Budget 2017, Budget 17, Michael Noonan,

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On Tuesday, Michael Noonan announced the details of Budget 2017, with what he stated would be €500 million in tax cuts off the back of GDP growth in 2016 and 2017.

Universal Social Charge (USC) bands were cut for workers by 0.5%, while there were also details on a "help to buy scheme" that aims to make it easier for first-time buyers to enter the market.

To cut through the spin,, with thanks to Grant Thornton, looks at five profiles to see just what kind of effect the measures announced in the budget will have, and whether or not you can expect to have extra money in your pocket in 2017.