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It’s a lot cheaper to live in Portugal, with value to be had even in the Algarve, particularly when compared with prices in Dublin

It sounds great; a cheaper cost of living, a sunny climate, great golf courses for those so inclined, not to mind a potentially tax-free retirement. (...)

An array of speakers will be on hand to offer tips on retiring to Portugal, buying a second home and, intriguingly, benefiting from Portugal’s NHR (Non-Habitual Residence) tax regime.

Sure as cherry blossom in full bloom heralds spring – and exam season – a Moving to Portugal roadshow must surely mark peak property hubris in a barel(...)

An audit raised several issues with how the Irish Red Cross manages restricted funds, donated to be spent on specific appeals and causes. Photograph: iStock

The Irish Red Cross deducted more than €123,000 from donated funds for humanitarian appeals, as a “retrospective” administration charge during a perio(...)

Sport Ireland chairman Kieran Mulvey and chief execuitve John Treacy at Leinster House ahead of an Oireachtas committe hearing, last week. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

People within the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) need to “come to the fore” and take up senior positions to reform the organisation, the chairm(...)

Sports Ireland ceo John Treacy  at the Oireachtas committee.

An external investigation into the finances of the FAI will include an examination of expenses claims by former chief executive John Delaney and other(...)

FAI executive vice-president John Delaney giving evidence during his appearance at the Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport. Videograb: Oireachtas TV/PA Wire

The FAI has said it is taking urgent steps to address its governance and financial issues while the future of its former chief executive John Delaney (...)

FAI executive vice-president John Delaney (centre) arrives at Leinster House, Dublin, with representatives of the Football Association of Ireland. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The chief sponsor of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has said it regards good corporate governance as being of the “upmost importance”. In(...)

“When the owners or managers of SMEs have got into detailed planning, they have found that they have been able to mitigate some of their risks very cost effectively,” says KPMG partner Ryan McCarthy

While much has been said about small firms being ill-prepared for Brexit, Small Firms Association director Sven Spollen-Behrens says this is not actua(...)

Brexit presents significant challenges for the  retail sector. Photograph: Getty Image

How are the various sectors faring as Brexit looms? Retail “It’s very challenging from a retail perspective,”says Retail Ireland director Tom Burke.(...)

“What would it mean to your business if a truck coming through Dublin Port were to take 24 hours instead of 10 minutes?” asks David McGee, Brexit partner at PwC Ireland

David McGee, Brexit partner at PwC Ireland, characterises the original Brexit cut-off date of March 29th as “B-Day”, which captures what is perhaps, f(...)

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