UK needs to be in EU, insists Irish-born president of Confederation of British Industry
From water charges to sugar tax, the new regime will impact on your wallet
Call for Government to start planning for rising numbers of older people who will be entitled to State pension
Analysis: Lack of supply, increased demand and lack building combines to create crisis
‘I believe if something is fair value, and I am not being screwed, then I am happy’
Next 20 years expected to be much tougher after three fortuitous decades
Using the written legal agreements can also offer some tax benefits
The switching market is finally heating up on the back of rate cuts from AIB and KBC. But, while the savings can be considerable, Irish homeowners remain reluctant to switch.
Investment decisions questioned, from predictions to deposit-free mortgages
Move will benefit 50% fewer AIB customers than last rate cut and the banks’ customers are still paying considerably more than European norms
Pension expert warns that cashing in pension pot early can raise sustainability issues
Irish savers earning just 0.18% on fixed term deposits compared with 1.69% in the Netherlands
The most expensive thing I have bought is my house, but the most extravagant is a Porsche 911
Investors are living through the second-longest bull market in US history but the scars left by the global financial crisis are unlikely to heal any time soon
Retirees these days face the daunting task of deciding how to make their fund last for the rest of their lives
Bull market may continue; gains for emerging markets; beware round figures
If your father’s income bottoms out, he will qualify for the State pension
Proposal would enable more than 330,00 Irish investors to cash out at little or no cost
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