Tackle your debt – Part 2: Stay debt-free Read the first part of our Tackling Debt mini-series: Tackle your debts So now you’re debt free, or at least have a … Continue reading How to stay debt-free
The exposure of a “star stock picker” has been just confirmation that “stars” really are a myth. The collapse of Neil Woodford’s stock picking prowess has left some of his … Continue reading As stock-picker falls to earth, beware of stars
The quick answer is YES! Frank Conway With exam and graduation season upon us, for parents of college-going students, one thing is pretty certain; many of them will soon be … Continue reading Should parents charge their returning college children rent?
Tackle your debt – Part 1: Create a plan! It used to be the case you had to save up for what you needed, simply because you had no choice; … Continue reading Tackle your debts
Less than three months after the European Central Bank announced the ending of its massive €2.6 trillion bond-buying programme, it is getting back into the stimulus game. The main reason … Continue reading Good news for mortgage holders, bad news for savers
When you borrow using a credit card and do not pay off the balance each month, you pay interest. In fact, you pay a particular type of interest called compound … Continue reading How to cut the cost of using a credit card
More and more employers are now incorporating financial well-being seminars as a core part of their Employee Assistance Programmes. Why? The reason is both simple and complex. On the face … Continue reading Financial well-being is all about balance
Dr. Liam Fox, one the extreme Brexiteers in Theresa May’s Conservative government has had a eureka moment (except he hasn’t realised it just yet); the free trade world he sold … Continue reading Brexiteers smell reality…and it stinks!
Tips to improve personal budgeting and money management skills
Talking Cents with Ollie teaches children from age seven how money works and how they can save, budget and manage money better
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Mortgage lending rules set by the Central Bank remain unchanged
Irish families are estimated to spend in excess of €2,000 on Christmas. This includes spending for presents, food and other essentials. That figure alone is sizeable when one factors the … Continue reading Understanding the real cost of Christmas when using credit cards