Sparked by your recent article, I have a very simple query that might need a very complex answer (and you may have dealt with it before), but have you(...)

People who failed to express their preference to have the payment of €1.24 per old Vodafone share treated as capital will face bills for income tax, universal social charge and PRSI – ranging from 26 per cent to 55 per cent of the Vodafone money. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

A Vodafone shareholder who challenged Computershare’s assertion that details of his preferences in relation to its €80 billion(...)

Maybe you might give us long suffering shareholders a little advice on filling up the Vodafone-Verizon form(s). The Vodafone circular is very complex,(...)

I hold a bundle of shares in Irish and British companies. I started many years ago acquiring these shares and utilised Sharewatch, which, through vari(...)

Two years ago I ceased paying contributions to a PRSA scheme. This decision was made on the back of a fairly significant salary cut that I suffered. F(...)

In 2008, my husband and I took out a joint mortgage with ICS Building Society. We weren’t bothered by the closure of their Mortgage Store outlets shor(...)

The idea started when Pablo Legorreta came across an innovative scheme pioneered by Paine Webber bankers.

It may be Dublin-based, but Royalty Pharma was unknown even here until it announced its interest in acquiring Elan, Ireland’s largest indigenous pharm(...)

A drawing of the proposed alterations to the concourse of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Hall.	The arrow points to the location of the proposed new floor. Photograph: McCullough Mulvin Architects

One of the design firms behind Dún Laoghaire’s award-winning county hall has condemned plans to insert an intermediate floor in its atrium to accommod(...)

When paying one’s LPT online by credit card I note, with some displeasure, that Revenue sees fit to impose a charge because of doing so by this method(...)

A self-assessed taxpayer with a salary of €40,000 and a wife with no income would pay roughly €3,000 in (...)