Ten top tips to keep control of your finances and finally save in 2017

After a roller-coaster 2016, suddenly the New Year is here. What surprises will it bring? After Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20, it’s anybody’s guess. One thing you can control is how you plan your finances to make sure 2017 […]

‘Stimulating demand creates a bigger problem’ – Property expert on Help-to-Buy scheme as 10pc house price jump forecast

Hopeful house buyers “will find it tough to find something”, according to a leading expert on the property market.

Long-awaited social enterprise strategy on way

Regional economic development minister Michael Ring is to bring forward a national policy for social enterprise. The move comes four years after a Forfas report prepared for Government recommended such action.

The 60-second guide to… organising your pension and will

Pensions and wills are some of the most common things which people put on the long finger. Make 2017 the year that you either start paying into a pension (if you’re not doing so already) or that you ensure that […]

First-time buyers’ Help-to-Buy scheme opens for applications today

The new Help-to-Buy scheme for first-time buyers, announced in the Budget last October, opens for applications today.

Markets quiet ahead of Christmas

European stocks were little changed, after two straight weeks of gains, as investors kicked off the last full week of trading of the year.

Christmas showdown as SuperValu and Dunnes go head-to-head in battle for consumers

Dunnes Stores and SuperValu now hold an equal share of Ireland’s multi-billion euro grocery market, as the pair battle it out for supremacy among consumers over Christmas.

Number of mortgage holders who lost good-value trackers may rise over 10,000 by time investigation completed

It could be summer before everyone who lost a good-value tracker mortgage is identified and contacted by their lenders.

Bank of Ireland admits over-charging thousands of its mortgage customers

Bank of Ireland has admitted over-charging thousands of its mortgage customers.

Four firms – including Ireland’s Davy – appointed to assist in AIB’s stock market flotation

Four firms have been given the potentially lucrative mandate to manage the planned sale of around 25pc of AIB, including Ireland’s Davy.

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