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Dominic Coyle answers your personal finance questions
The government is hoping tourists will forget the blast before the season begins in October
Experts have called on Government to update rules on how people claim tax relief
Q&A: Dominic Coyle
Many get out loans to cover fees and living costs, but sooner or later it’s payback time
Police talk of a wave of sophisticated fraud
Google’s name change; US bull market looks tired; fussy investors; and favouring a trading posture that is neither bullish nor bearish
Rules designed to allow national laws be applied to succession assets elsewhere in EU
How low can gold go?
No new investment after July 2008 qualifies for relief under Countrywide Refurbishment Scheme
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Savings soar by 18% to €107.8bn but IAPFchief sounds warning
Some people believe gold might be losing its traditional role in a diversified investment portfolio
Worthwhile gains can be made despite low prevailing rates of deposit interest
Microblogging provider remains a no-no among both value and momentum investors
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