Monthly Archives: September 2012

Making insurance less sexy

As many of you know, from December 21 2012, the use of gender in calculating insurance premiums across Europe will be abolished. This means that when the unisex rates are applied, income protection for men and life cover for women is set to become more expensive. Continue reading

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AIB to plug pension deficit with loans

In a recent update to the AIB pension fiasco the Bank have come up with a very creative way to kill two birds with one stone. Check below to see what things you can do if you are an AIB employee. One has to wonder who is really benefiting here. Continue reading

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