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Thousands face fees as Permanent TSB changes conditions on free banking

Bailed-out bank Permanent TSB is changing the rules for those with its older current accounts, in a move that will mean thousands of them will end up paying fees.

Irish corporation tax faces new squeeze as OECD kicks off digital reform probe

Ireland’s corporation tax revenues are under threat as an international reform process kicks off in earnest.

Credit unions struggling to roll out scheme to compete with moneylenders, committee hears

THERE is no effective protection for vulnerable consumers from the activities of moneylenders, it was claimed.

Credit unions struggling to roll out scheme to compete with moneylenders, committee hears

THERE is no effective protection for vulnerable consumers from the activities of moneylenders, it was claimed.

Illustrator behind new €2 Dáil centenary coin stamping his mark on SME market

The illustrator behind the special €2 coin marking the 100 years since the first sitting of the Dáil is establishing his stamp on the SME market.

Bank of Ireland cuts some fixed mortgage rates, but increases others

LEADING mortgage lender Bank of Ireland has cut some of its short-term rates, but also increasing fixed rates for those who want to lock in for five years or more.

Bank of Ireland cuts some fixed mortgage rates, but increases others

LEADING mortgage lender Bank of Ireland has cut some of its short-term rates, but also increasing fixed rates for those who want to lock in for five years or more.

Brexit to cost us 55,000 jobs as May reneges on backstop

More than 50,000 jobs will be lost amid rising food and clothing prices if the UK continues on the path towards a disorderly Brexit.

Rise in total value of new mortgages drawn down in 2018 – BPFI

The total value of new mortgages drawn down last year rose by nearly a fifth compared to the previous year.

Economy could be 4.25% smaller in hard Brexit scenario – Department of Finance

The size of the Irish economy could be 4.25% smaller than current projections over the medium term if there is a hard Brexit, according to an assessment by the Department of Finance.

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