Recent floods means that consumers could be facing yet another levy - but they’re already drowning in charges
Low interest rates are a high risk in 2016, but despite recent turmoil equities could still be a winner
Apple going cheap, January lows and judging the rest of the year on the first week
Either one party buys out the other or they sell the property and pay back the mortgage loan
Pensions Authority changes interactive database name due to unfortunate acronym
Average Irish managed fund delivered growth of 9.3% last year despite losses in December
If you pay tax, have children, get the state pension or earn the minimum wage you should be in line for a (little) January bonus
There’s little reason to have faith in market strategists’ 2016 predictions
Warren Buffett’s bad year, hometown bias and analysts still ‘optimistically wrong’
The biggest issue for shareholders is that the address on the share register may well be out of date.
Most Irish shareholders hold only a handful of stock in the US company but could incur significant costs if they retain ownership
If you are thinking about trading down, be aware of the following dos and don’ts
Q&A: Dominic Coyle
Selling too early, a fun Christmas letter and yes, there is such a thing as a Santa rally
Chinese authorities are on a mission to clean up financial markets
Four-year deadline means money from 2011 must be claimed by December 31st
There is going to be significant expansionin the forestry industry in the coming years
Also, how does inheritance tax work where the parents are divorced?
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