Readers’ questions answered on return of value payments and investments for children
Glamour stocks have outperformed them in recent years but the cycle may be turning
Over 200,000 people got shares in US firm after Vodafone deal
Businessman claims tax wrongly withheld on $17.4m in US gambling winnings in 2012
Q&A: Dominic Coyle
PAYE landlords must pay PRSI for first time in 2014 returns, as new budget measures will not take effect yet for the self-employed
Standard Life to send out information about payment it made that went wrong
Finance Bill measure means 5,300 shareholders will not be pursued for tax by Revenue after postal mix-up
Companies have long appreciated the profitability of getting people to sell to friends and strangers
Upbeat investors shrug off weak data
Is there any chance the second ECCE year will be in place by January 2016?
Scheme to be expanded to two years from September reducing need to put off enrolment
Free preschool measures not expected to be introduced until September 2016
Measures aimed at hard-pressed working families will offer little relief to many parents of pre-school children
Quintessential election budget must be assessed in light of cuts post-2008, however
History indicates stocks tend not to be impacted until late in the rate-hiking cycle, but analysts caution the current monetary environment is unlike any other
A look around the world’s stock markets
Home Renovation Incentive was extended in the last budget to include landlords of rented property
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