Irish Financial Review

Monthly Archives: July 2018


If inflation picks up, what is the impact on your retirement plans?

Inflation is defined as a general increase in prices and a decrease in purchasing power. For anyone nearing retirement, the threat of inflation presents a nightmarish scenario; fixed income being eroded in purchasing power value. A majority of financial advisers…

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Simple steps to managing back-to-school costs

For back-to-school costs, debt is not the main issue, it’s how debt is managed! It’s that time of year and with many of the leading consumer brands airing their back-to-school offers, parents will find it hard to escape that the…

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Getting a mortgage remains a challenge

By Frank Conway The latest mortgage statistics from the Bank Payments Federation of Ireland reveals there has been a relatively modest rate of growth in mortgage lending through the 2nd quarter of 2018. At a first glance, it looks reasonably…

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