Dáil Éireann - Volume 611 - 06 December, 2005
Written Answers. - Social Insurance.
Mr. Bruton Mr. Bruton
311. Mr. Bruton asked the Minister for Social and Family Affairs his estimate of the revenue that will be raised in social insurance contributions from employers, employees and self-employed in 2006; and the way in which this compares with the projected outturn in 2005. [37801/05]
Mr. Brennan Mr. Brennan
Mr. Brennan: The revenue that will be raised in social insurance contributions from employers, employees and the self-employed in 2006 is estimated at €6,550 million, on a pre-budget basis. This represents an increase of €503 million on the 2005 projected outturn of €6,047 million which is due mainly to projected growth in earnings and employment levels in 2006.
The make-up of both years’ figures, as between employers, employees and the self-employed, is set out in the following table:
Dáil Éireann 611 Written Answers. Social Insurance.