Company admits Irish investors face bill of up to €1.3m after letters went missing
Taken together, two sets of studies suggest that while it’s possible, it’s very difficult to do it consistently
Q&A: Dominic Coyle answers your personal finance questions
Proinsias O’Mahony takes a look at the ups and downs of the stock market
I’ve no problem negotiating and haggling when I’m in work mode, but for some reason I’m not so good at it when it comes to personal purchases
Some 160,000 customers may qualify for credit card insurance refunds
You may think the popular TV show is about revenge, but it’s really about property, say financial experts who offer five financial lessons based on the show
Rise of ‘granlords’ as retirees are given access to their entire pension pots
Irish Life offers up to 25% more in retirement for unhealthy clients
Company apologises for fault which affected almost two million customers
Policies purchased 20 or 30 years ago can bite the client with huge premium hikes
Office of Financial Research says US markets overpriced and heading for trouble
Q&A: Dominic Coyle
As long as I have enough to feed my family . . . I’m happy
Economic Management Council understood to be pushing for revision to rules
Returns on savings could soon hit 0.5% so it might be time to start investing
Do exchange-traded funds actually tempt investors into trading too much?
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