Credit card companies are scrambling to help people affected by the Government’s cuts and have announced new programs to help the unemployed.
The Irish Times understands that the Government has asked credit card companies to offer credit card rebates of up to 80 per cent to those affected by a reduction in the income threshold.
People who apply for a credit or debit card with an online application, or have a mobile phone or other mobile device, will have to fill in the application on the internet.
This can take a while, and can take up to a day to process.
In total, the Government is proposing a reduction of around $1.2 billion over three years.
This includes the reduction in income thresholds, which will result in people receiving less in their income.
The Government will also provide grants of up as much as $1,000 to those who are unemployed, unemployed for at least six months, or those who have been unemployed for more than a year.
The measures are part of the Government plans to reduce unemployment and poverty in the country, which are already seen to have helped millions of people.
The State is also looking at ways to help those in temporary work.
The Government will be looking at whether the unemployed should receive help.
The government has also announced a new pilot scheme to help businesses which employ people under the age of 24.
These businesses will receive up to $250,000 in grants, which can be used to help with training and other projects.
The pilot scheme is one of the most significant changes to the Government and is aimed at encouraging businesses to hire more young people.
This will include young people entering into apprenticeships and further education.
In the coming weeks, the Irish Job Centres will also be expanding their services, and encouraging them to sign up new workers.