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Penneys had planned to take two floors of the old House of Fraser unit at Dundrum Town Centre. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times.

Irish fast fashion retailer Penneys is keeping its expansion plans for Dundrum Town Centre on hold, as it deals with the impact of the Covid-19 pandem(...)

Green lending at AIB grew by one-fifth last year to €1.46 billion in defiance of a slump in overall lending amid Covid-19, with the increase driven by customers availing of cheaper mortgage rates for energy-efficient homes.

Staff working at Stripe’s British subsidiary earned an average £182,000 (€211,970) in 2019, a year in which turnover at the unit more than doubled. Ch(...)

Greencoat Renewables on Monday said the company has a stable business model.

Greencoat Renewables, the Irish renewable infrastructure company, said on Monday that energy generation increased by 22 per cent during 2020, while ne(...)

Irish mortgage interest rates are higher than other euro zone countries due in part to the high level of capital they are required to hold by regulators, according to the BPFI, the industry lobby group

Irish home owners could be paying less interest on their borrowings if European regulators applied looser capital rules to Irish-based banks, accordin(...)

AIB:  was an outlier in offering a year in which to draw down a mortgage. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

AIB has slashed the time it allows potential home buyers to look for a new home from 12 to six months, as it tightens up its “approval in principle” r(...)

The Affordable Purchase Shared Equity scheme will be aimed predominantly at first-time buyers, although Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien recently said there will be ‘some exceptions’. Photograph: Alan Betson

With property prices remaining surprisingly resilient, albeit against a background of reduced supply, the introduction this year of a new affordable h(...)

Incentives for homebuyers in Ireland these days are aimed at first-time buyers. Photograph: Frank Miller

I have recently returned from living in the UK, where I was self-employed and have now taken up a PAYE full-time role in the Republic. I purchased a p(...)

 Card payment only signage at the Oliver Bonas store in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Has it happened to you yet? You’re in a shop, but realise you’ve forgotten your card, or your phone, or however you tend to pay these days. There’s a (...)

An expert has suggested that someone who received the average weekly payment of €280 on the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme could face a tax bill of some €1,167.

Thousands of workers who availed of State wage subsidies during 2020 will be informed next week by Revenue of any outstanding tax liability associated(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe pictured last year at a HBFI update. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

The Department of Finance has embarked on a new consultation to assess whether or not there is adequate funding for the development of residential pro(...)

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