An extra fiver, a sugar tax, the retention of the Help-to-Buy scheme and more expensive cigarettes.
The Finance Minister takes to the floor at lunchtime today for what's expected to be a fairly benign Budget 2018.
The extra €5 a week comes in the form of increased social welfare payments or a cut to the Universal Social Charge.
The Christmas bonus is expected to be kept a the same level it was last year.
More money is to be pumped into Health, while there'll be another 800 Gardai and 300 social workers recruited.
More people could qualify for medical or GP-only cards.
There's expected to be incentives for electric cars and people are watching out for the start of price hikes on diesel, to bring the price per litre into line with petrol over the coming years.
The Taoiseach says 20,000 children will be given free childcare and the average family is set to benefit by up to 600 euro a year.