Deciding how to generate an income from your pension pot is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll ever makeunhappy senior couple worrying about expenses

Wouldn’t retirement (for those lucky enough to get there) be so much easier if we knew when we were going to die? At least financially it would. There(...)

While the headline interest rate on your savings appears to be close to twice the money you are being charged on your borrowings, you need to remember that there are tax implications related to your inheritance

I have a bit of a dilemma. I owe €91,000 to the bank for a graduate medical student loan at APR of 4.5 per cent and I pay back €275 per week on that. (...)

It’s not a particularly onerous task. You just open the envelope and read through the less than weighty document within, or use your log-in details to(...)

If you have been listening to the discussions about the future prospects of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, you might have wondered what it mea(...)

I am a 70-year-old pensioner who has a pension plan with Irish Life ARF €139,000 and AMRF €60,000 invested with Irish Life funds for the past five yea(...)