“Money doesn’t grow on trees” – how many times have you said that? It’s usually the first financial lesson given to children! Here are 8 other simple lessons that will help your children, from an early age through to adulthood, to develop good financial habits. These are the lessons you now wish you had at a young age.
How can I invest for my future? Deposit rates aren’t quite as attractive as they once were – and some institutions are now limiting the amount you can save - so what are the alternatives?
Property through your pension In recent years the popularity of purchasing property through pension funds (pre and post retirement) has increased steadily. However there are a number of attractions, benefits and limitations that need to be considered.
Last year, Zurich Life released their Cost of Education in Ireland survey which generated significant levels of press coverage. This clearly identified that there is an appetite for more information on the cost of putting children through the Irish education system - whether that's primary, secondary or third level.
If you’re not maximising your pension contributions to minimise your tax bills, you could be shooting yourself in the foot.
Transferring your UK pension back to Ireland Both Brexit and the growth in the Irish economy relative to the UK are encouraging emigrant workers to return to Ireland. Consequently, Irish pension providers are seeing an increase in people moving their pensions back to Ireland.
Polisa na zycie: Czy Stac Cię na jei nieposiadanie? Polisa na życie może wydawać się kolejnym dodatkowym wydatkiem ale należy zadać sobie pytanie czy nas stać na nie posiadanie takiego zabezpieczenia.
New figures reveal that smokers pay far more for Life Cover Are you thinking about quitting smoking? Well, now you have even more motivation to kick the habit. New figures released by Royal London have revealed that smokers can pay up to twice as much for life insurance. Quitting smoking can pay off in more ways than one as ex-smokers stand to save substantially on life cover
A new report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) based on data from 2010 gathered for the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing, has found that men get €433 per week on average, with women receiving just €280 per week from their private pensions.
When it comes mortgage protection, don’t believe everything you hear Mortgage protection is a really useful product but as is the case with many types of insurance, there are some common misconceptions that might confuse or deter potential customers.