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What do I do with my Previous Pension entitlements?

Previous pension entitlements – take control of your retirement fund Continue reading

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Fears for sustainability of Irish Old Age Pension

A report published recently indicates that future Irish workers cannot be sure of receiving a State Pension in retirement. Continue reading

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Budget 2015-A snapshot of the important bits

A brief summary of the key budget facts. Continue reading

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TAX DEADLINE APPROACHING

Individuals who both pay and file their tax returns through the Revenue On-line Service (ROS) have until the 13th November 2014 to pay a pension contribution and elect to backdate the income tax relief into the 2013 tax year. Continue reading

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Pension Schemes Tremble

The Irish government has approved a new range of proposals that would change the law in order to cut payments being made to existing pensioners that are involved in “troubled schemes” 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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Pensions & Tax Efficiency-Personal Pensions

SUMMARY Did you know that for every €1,000 you put into your retirement fund it actually only costs you €590 if you are paying income tax at the top rate. This guide on the benefits of using a Personal Pension … 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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Redundancy & Retirement Advice – Important things to consider

There are a number of key areas to consider when you are being made redundant or are considering retirement. Ideally you should take some independent financial advice to ensure that you consider all the options available to you. Continue reading

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Pensions are fantastic but there are Risks.

Pensions are a great way to make money in a very tax efficient way and will form a key part of your retirement planning however there are pitfalls and you need to know what things to avoid. Continue reading

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