Tag Archives: Irish Times

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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AIB to facilitate departure of 1,900 staff from next month

SUMMARY An update on the AIB jobs reduction scheme going on in AIB at the moment. Article by COLM KEENA, Public Affairs Correspondent, The Irish Times – Thursday, July 19, 2012 AIB IS to facilitate 1,900 staff in leaving through … Continue reading

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Serious Illness Insurance-Is it worth it?

Critical Illness¬†Insurance. Is it a wise policy to have in case of illness? A thought provoking example of why having insurance is very important. Donna O’Donnell: her insurance policy provided financial assistance¬†when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.Photograph: John Sheehan

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Few supports out there for the unemployed self-employed

Bill Anderson of IFG Financial Cork says that pension provision has become a huge issue for self-employed people Continue reading

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