Small data can pack a big punch for your business

Philip Brady of Canon suggests that SMEs can make better use of small data in order to gain that competitive edge.

Inheritance tax move welcome but it didn’t go far enough

As expected, there was a change to the inheritance tax regime in the Budget. But it was a small change and that means it amounts to a let-down for families hoping to pass on their homes to their offspring without […]

Credit unions given more time to merge

The Government is to extend until next year the operation of a State body, which was set up to fund and help credit unions to merge.

Is there an app to manage my personal finances?

After all the talk of Budget adjustments, USC and minimum tax thresholds, we’re all still left with the pedestrian task of figuring out how to best manage our money.

Budget 2016: What does it mean for your pocket?

The Budget 2016 tax changes will mean gains for taxpayers ranging typically from €500 a year to €1,000, with some running close to €1,500 a year. Families generally do well, boosted by a hike in child benefit and some tweaks […]

Parents can still apply for place on free preschool scheme

Scheme to be expanded to two years from September reducing need to put off enrolment.

Government mid-west plan aims for 23,000 new jobs

The Government aims to create 23,000 new jobs in the mid-west by 2020 as part of a plan launched today.

Central Bank to roll out rounding initiative on Wednesday October 28

The Central Bank’s plan to have retailers round change to the nearest 5 cent will be rolled out from Wednesday October 28.

New hope for thousands of homeowners as tracker probe is widened

THOUSANDS of homeowners bare in line to get valuable tracker mortgages back as a second State body is probing the growing scandal.

National debt drops to 107% of GDP in 2014 as growth accelerates

CSO figures reveal significant improvement in Government’s debt metrics.

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