Main Summary of Budget 2011 by RTE
The main changes to tax, pensions and social welfare on
Overview of 4 Year Recovery Plan Taxation Impact
The Economic & Social Research Institute commentator John Fitzgerald talks on Bloomberg about the possible bailout for Ireland.
Ireland is getting some bad press, but there are some positives. Look at some of the other numbers.
This is a presentation / question and answer session by a number of pensions advocates outlining the difficulties that may lie ahead with the proposed national pension framework, which they presented to an Oireachtas Committee recently.
PENSIONS BY NUMBERS The Government plans to introduce fundamental pension reform to make costs more sustainable, but according to a survey published last week by Bank of Ireland Life, people don’t understand what may lie ahead.
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Would you like to give your child or grandchild a good start in life financially? Well with a little financial planning you can, or at least you can provide something towards their college fees!
Top Ten Money Saving Ideas 1) Pay off your bad debt first. If you have bad debt and savings pay off the bad debt first before you continue saving. Bad debt is sometimes defined as “personal loans, car loans, credit card debt, store card debt”, this can be charged at anything from 7% – 23% …