The biggest question you  have to ask yourself is have you saved enough, says Danny Mansergh, head of benefits and career with Mercer Ireland. Photograph: iStock

The debate in relation to the State pension age was re-energised in recent weeks when it was revealed that the Pensions Commission would recommend a g(...)

While it’s all very well being a top saver during your working years, you also need to work out a strategy for retirement. Photograph: iStock

If you’ve been spending lockdown cleaning out your presses or watching too much television, perhaps you could also consider using the time to give you(...)

Auto-enrolment gets our natural inertia working in our favour, as the inertia that keeps people from taking out pensions before auto-enrolment discourages them from opting out.

A national auto-enrolment occupational pension scheme has been promised on at least six occasions since 1997. The latest proposed date for its introdu(...)

Shane O’Farrell was killed in August 2011, while cycling on the N2 near Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan.

The State has “covered up for something that is very rotten” in the investigation into the killing of a 23-year-old cyclist in a hit-and-run incident (...)

Lorraine Clifford-Lee  said  the tweets were “totally inappropriate” and “wrong”, adding that she is “very sorry for offending people”.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A Fianna Fáil Senator has said she is willing to meet representatives of the Travelling community to apologise for tweets she posted which were d(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan: ‘I want to make it very clear that there is no conspiracy here. There is no cover-up here. I want to uncover the truth.’ Photograph:  Garrett White/Collins

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan expects to receive an interim report dealing with the killing of a 23-year-old man in controversial circumstance(...)

Shane O’Farrell was killed in August 2011, while cycling on the N2 near Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan.

The family of a cyclist who was knocked off his bike and killed in Co Monaghan has said the terms of reference proposed for a State inquiry into his d(...)

Shane O’Farrell “was obviously a much loved son and brother”, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan told the Seanad. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (Gsoc) has recommended disciplinary action be taken against three gardaí following an investigation into the d(...)

Shane O’Farrell was killed in August 2011, while cycling on the N2 near Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan.

The family of a young man, killed in controversial circumstances by a serial criminal who should have been in jail at the time, has criticised a Gover(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan acknowledged  there had been a catalogue of failures including the failure to act to implement the sanctions for breach of bail. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government has not ruled out a commission of investigation into the circumstances leading up to the death of a cyclist in 2011, knocked down by a (...)

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