Fiona Reddan

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The Croft, Parc Na Silla Avenue, Loughlinstown, Dublin : “Cash buyers only please.”

It has turned from a trickle into a flow, as fire-safety issues and substandard construction work continues to be identified in an increasing number o(...)

Prof Patrick Honohan said that the financial market “is always wrong”. “We saw how wrong it was in the years before the crisis of 2007. It was over-optimistic. But then after that, and progressively in 2008, 2009 and 2010 it became too pessimistic.”

The Government is set on Tuesday to consider the outline of planned laws to make senior bankers more accountability individually for failings or wrong(...)

From June 30th people who run into difficulty meeting repayments on finance deals may find it more difficult to get another deal if seeking finance on sums of €2,000 or more. Photograph: Getty

The Central Bank is set to start recording details of personal contract plans (PCPs) for car purchases; hire purchase deals, which can be used to purc(...)

Karlin Lillington on the national broadband debate: “To end up where we are, after two decades, is so exasperating, so misguided, so idiotic, so stupidly aligned to the fact that almost no one in government, from any party, has ever taken this issue seriously or viewed it intelligently.”

Thousands of credit union members across the State are being asked to withdraw some of their savings, as caps are being applied to deposit accounts. S(...)

At least 40 credit unions across the country have  imposed savings limits on their members. Photograph: Frank Miller

Negative interest rates on deposits at Ireland’s two largest banks are being blamed by credit unions for the introduction of caps on the savings accou(...)

At least 36 credit unions across the State have imposed savings limits on their members. Photograph: Frank Miller

Thousands of credit union members across the State are being asked to withdraw some of their savings, as caps are being applied to deposit accounts. S(...)

It has been a perennial bugbear of workers here that tax cuts announced in the budget are often eroded by the Government’s decision to keep tax bands and credits unchanged from the previous year

Inflation-proofing tax and welfare changes in the budget would cost the Government an additional €1.2 billion, a new study has indicated. As Eoin Burk(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on budget day last year. Asked whether he was dismayed at the fact the Government was ignoring IFAC’s advice, its chairman said: “The Government are ignoring their own advice and projections.”

The Government’s medium-term projections for the public finances are “not credible”, the State’s fiscal watchdog has said in its latest assessment of (...)

AIB recently announced it would again cut deposit rates for regular Irish savers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

AIB continues to offer German savers a substantially better return on their deposits than Irish customers of the bank can earn, leaving Irish savers v(...)

Ryanair is publishing figures today showing its operations produced 66 grams of carbon dioxide per passenger for every kilometre its craft travelled in May.

Ryanair says it has the lowest greenhouse gas emissions per passenger of any European airline as it releases figures detailing its impact on the atmos(...)

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