Irish Financial Review

Category: Financial Education


Amigo they might be but not when it comes to their interest rates

Amigo loans is a long-established UK sub-prime lender. It operates a business model that targets vulnerable customers with high rate personal loans. And in today’s Irish Independent, it is reported that the Central Bank of Ireland has granted the company…

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Early intervention essential to teach children good money skills

By Frank Conway Research shows that children as young as age seven form lifelong money habits. Financial education content and apps can help them develop good money habits that will return a lifetime of benefits. Many Irish adults struggle when…

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Why rich people can end up broke

Johnny Depp is broke. So is Lisa-Marie Presley. In the case of Johnny Depp, his reported spending got him in difficulty. But according to Mr. Depp, his financial advisers are the cause of his money problems. In the case of…

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