It's expected welfare recipients will get a €200 euro lump sum payment as part of the new cost-of-living package.
Coalition party leaders met with the Ministers for Finance, Public Expenditure and Social Protection last night, to agree on the details of this latest round of cost-of-living payments.
A once-off €100 extra payment of Child Benefit is also expected to be announced, along with an additional €100 for the Back-to-school Allowance this year.
It's also reported Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys will announce an expansion of the hot school meals programme for primary schools.
The 9% reduced VAT rate for the hospitality, tourism and hairdressing sectors has been extended until August. the rate is expected to return to 13.5% from September.
Cuts to excise on fuel are being retained until later in the year, after which they'll gradually be phased out making fuel more expensive.
Ministers have said today's measures will be the last intervention, before October's budget, to help households deal with the rising cost of living.