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Can I wait until 65 to decide on pension?

Q I’m 57 and in a defined contribution pension scheme through work. Some of my colleagues are already talking about Approved Retirement Funds (ARFs) and annuities. Do I need to plan

How millennials, gaming and bespoke design are shaping HP Inc’s market potential

Splitting technology giant Hewlett Packard (HP) into two separate groups stunned staff and investors alike initially, but the breakup has given HP Inc the opportunity to accelerate its

Surge in hotel job vacancies sparks fear of skills shortages

Job vacancies in the hotel sector have surged in the five-year period up to 2017, a recruitment website has claimed.

Where now for investors as low-interest era finally ends?

Investors in banks and tech companies could make money as rates start to rise, but telco and bond investors might lose out.

Will I face double tax bill for Spanish job?

Q: I have lived in Spain since January 2017 where I work as a self-employed teacher. However, I worked in Ireland for some weeks during 2017, earning

Economy shrugs off Brexit threat to grow at fastest rate in EU

Ireland is again the fastest-growing economy in the European Union, with a rise of almost 8pc in GDP last year.

Ireland’s biggest mobile operator warns customers of possible data disruption over four days

The country’s biggest mobile operator has warned more than 100,000 phone customers of possible disruption to roaming costs and data access in a week’s time.

Monday 12 March 2018 Ulster Bank kicks off new mortgage war with string of cuts to fixed rates

Ulster Bank has kicked off a new round of mortgage wars with a string of cuts to its fixed mortgage rates.

Irish SMEs aren’t investing enough, warns ESRI study

Under-investment by small and medium-sized businesses was at over 30pc in 2016, with financial issues the biggest contributing factors, research has found.

Only 11pc of SMEs using renewables

Almost four in 10 Irish businesses would be willing to pay higher energy costs if their energy was coming from renewable sources, according to a new survey. Half of those businesses

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