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Please find below our Budget 2017 summary, which details changes that may impact you.

Budget 2017 Summary   The Minister for Finance and the Minster for Public Expenditure and Reform delivered the Budget 2017 on 11 October 2016, first budget under the minority Government, against what is arguably the most favorable economic and fiscal backdrop in a number of years. Notwithstanding this fact, it is also true to say […]

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We are moving!

On Friday 2nd of September we are moving to a new office in 34 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 . Ph. 01 676 8633 (no change).   On any queries or directions to our new office please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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How To Know When To Get Out Of The Market

      Please see below a great article by Tim Maurer on the trade-offs investors face when choosing to stay invested in time of market turbulence.   Has the market’s recent volatility worried you? Me too. It’s inevitable. Apparently, it’s how we’re wired. But better understanding that wiring can give us a clear decision-making […]

Pensions

WHY PENSIONS STILL MAKE SENSE

  10 REASONS WHY PENSIONS STILL MAKE SENSE   WHAT WILL THE STATE PENSION BE IN THE FUTURE? The State Pension (Contributory) personal full rate for a single person is currently €230.30 per week, or €436.60 per week with an adult dependant allowance. Demographic changes in Ireland, as in countries across the EU, will put pressure […]

26th August
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Greek update

The Emergency Liquidity Assistance funding that is keeping the Greek banks alive will end tomorrow and led to the huge cash withdrawals over the weekend while the Syriza government try to limit the damage with capital controls. No more than €60 per person from an ATM and over 500 of the 7,000 ATM’s now without […]