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Our putative landlord buys a two-bed apartment for €250,000 in Grace Park Manor, Drumcondra

(...). How will we fund these twilight years? Should you maximise your pension savings, enduring the(...)

Pfizer said the cost of funding non-contributory defined-benefit pension schemes in Ireland had risen by more than 1,000 per cent since 2009. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

(...) company’s pension arrangements. Siptu has yet to inform the pharmaceutical giant of the form any(...)

Consistent returns over the long term are most important to pension investors. Photograph: iStock

A strong performance in the final quarter helped Irish pension funds deliver an average gain of(...)

Pensioners protest outside Government Buildings last year. By 2055,  just two people are estimated will be working for every person in retirement, compared to about five today. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

An ageing population, low levels of occupational pension coverage and a heavy reliance on the State(...)

A recent Aviva study on pensions found that, on average, workers needed to put an additional €1,000 a month into their pension savings. Photograph: Getty Images

Support for automatically enrolling people in pension schemes is growing in Ireland, according to(...)

Tall order: Aviva recommends putting €12,200 a year into your pension. Photograph: Ivan Bliznet/iStock

So my pension is too small? For most people yes. Outside the public service where Government(...)

A study by insurer Aviva says, on average, Irish people need to increase the amount they save by more than €1,000 a month

The gap between people’s pension savings and what they are likely to need in retirement financially(...)

Barely half the population has any occupational pension cover. Strip out the public service and the private sector figure is truly woeful.

(...) on Tuesday that the hole in the final salary, or defined benefit pension funds of Ireland’s largest(...)

In most cases, not nearly enough money is being set aside for retirement

(...), from 1947 till 1988. He took out a private pension fund. He became an employee in 1988 and PRSI(...)

The underlying rule for an Irish tax resident is that you are liable here for any capital gain accruing on a property sale, whether that property is in Ireland or abroad. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

(...) have not paid UK tax – the pre-April 2015 gain – is taken into account. Can I invest in pension for(...)

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