Category Archives: Financial Services

A Different Era

The fitness levels on display in the last Sunday’s All Ireland final once again had us in awe. Similarly, when I watch Rugby and many other sports I marvel at the speed, strength and athleticism of today’s players. Matches have … Continue reading

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How will investment markets react to Trump or Clinton as President?

The gap between the two candidates has all but closed as we fast approach the 8th November finish line. Markets will either rise, fall or stay the same immediately after the election. This short term ‘movement’ has always been unknowable … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Behaviour Gap

Understanding the behavioural gap
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Irish Banking Sector Takes Major Hit

The actions undertaken by Danske and Acc bank are the result of “the on-going recession in Ireland”. Also the government levy put on banks which was announced this month and will raise €150m a year, probably did not help the foreign-owned banks. Continue reading

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Budget 2014 – Pensions, Inheritance Tax and Saving

Pensions The good news is that the tax incentives supporting pension planning remain Good news #1: Marginal rate income tax relief retained on pension contributions Good news #2:  No changes to the €200,000 tax free retirement lump sum limit Good … Continue reading

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Safeguard Your Pension

Recently we have seen episodes that have made people’s financial lives suffer approaching their retirement. Two particular episodes have made recent headlines: • Private U.K. pension company ‘Equitable Life’ has effectively gone out of business. Estimated total losses for the … Continue reading

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Bigger isn’t always better

Companies paying high dividends can look attractive however you need look closer before you buy. This article explains why. Income seekers may be lured in by companies which pay high dividends but there may be a more sinister reason behind … Continue reading

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Protecting What’s Important

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Defined Benefit (DB) Pension Schemes – Do I Stay or Do I Go?

If you have a preserved pension you have the option of taking a transfer value from a DB scheme. They question you need to ask yourself is “Do I stay or Do I go?” Below is a commentary post from … Continue reading

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Your Last Chance to REVIEW & SAVE MONEY on your Protection Policy

Take advantage of a 10% PREMIUM DISCOUNT available for new policies submitted before the end of June. ONLY TWO WEEKS REMAINING TO SECURE YOUR LOWER PREMIUM. New improved Serious Illness Protection also launched from four companies within the last 12-18 months. … Continue reading

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