School is back in session, but parents are still dealing with all of the financial pressure.
It’s great to be young and carefree but, whatever your age, it pays to look ahead to the future. An incredibly high percentage of twenty-somethings don’t have any savings at all and that can become a major issue as they get older and look to settle down.
It’s not easy to make money as a kid but it can be done. Follow these simple tips and you could be rich before you know it!
The New Year is the perfect time to address any lingering issues you might be having in your life and for many of us, our biggest concerns revolve around money.
Have you considered the impact the death of a key employee or business partner would have on your business?
Money can be a sensitive issue, especially when it’s owed. Trying to collect money from people who owe you is tricky as we feel uncomfortable about asking. We don’t want anyone to think that we’re tight-fisted or struggling for cash, so oftentimes we simply let it slide and hope the other party pays us back of their own accord.
We all know how to treat a headache or a pesky bout of flu but far too frequently we overlook one of the most important aspects of our overall well-being: our mental health. Here are some straightforward steps to help you take care of your mind.
So you’re thinking about retiring. Leaving the workplace is a major milestone and is one of the biggest shifts you’ll experience in your lifetime. Many people find it difficult to adjust to the change but these handy tips could make the process a little bit easier
Why isn’t Ireland better protected? Whether it’s under-estimating the chances of getting seriously ill or a low awareness of cover available (maybe we keep putting it off!), we as a nation, are under-covered.
What to look for in a Specified Illness policy So something has happened, maybe a friend or a family member has gotten sick and you’ve seen the financial impact that this can have. Maybe you’ve just become more aware of the financial impact a serious illness would have on your own life. You’ve decided that it’s time to investigate serious illness policies. So where do you start?