You really should get a copy of your Central Credit Register report. The Central Credit Register is the new credit reporting repository that carries a lot of consumer credit information, … Continue reading Old debts resurface to haunt in new CCR
By Frank Conway An Post is reported to be a conduit for a potential mortgage underwriter. Whether or not mortgages costing 1% or less than existing lenders actually launch here … Continue reading An Post mortgages – a business model that requires a lot of scrutiny!
By Frank Conway – MoneyWhizz.org Back-to-school expenses can place an excessive financial burden on families. So, it is important families are prepared; to budget effectively and where necessary, borrow prudently in … Continue reading Managing back-to-school expenses wisely
We must all become a lot smarter with our money. The reason: an enormous shift in financial responsibility is underway! What was once ‘their’ responsibility is now your responsibility! And … Continue reading 6 pillars to growing and protecting personal wealth
It’s easy to become frustrated at the end of a month when a payslip comes up short and one is faced with living on a shoestring budget until the next … Continue reading 5 Tricks for Budgeting Success in 2016
Since the peak of the credit crunch in late 2008, the primary means of generating revenue and profits at banks has been the introduction of a raft of fees and … Continue reading Want to cut the cost of bank fees, read this!
Using the map analogy, you wouldn’t start a journey without knowing how to get to your destination. The same applies to money. If you have a long-term money goal, like … Continue reading Financial education lesson 4: personal budgeting.
If we are to learn anything from the debt negotiations between Greece and its creditors, it’s this; strength wins! For the Greeks, their situation all along was that of a … Continue reading What the Greek debt crisis can teach us about personal debt
It’s no secret that Governments everywhere are concerned about the number of people that actively contribute to their pension. Too few do and with longer and longer life expectancy predicted, … Continue reading Why health planning is as important as retirement planning
Ronald Read lived in rural Vermont and pumped petrol for a living. But on his death, friends were surprised by his wealth. Mr. Read, a longtime resident of Brattleboro, Vt., … Continue reading How frugal living and patience are keys to growing personal wealth
Savers in Ireland have it rough these days. Government imposes a punitive tax (41%) on interest income (DIRT) and many banks scarcely pay any interest worth writing home about. So … Continue reading Where on earth can your savings grow?
By Frank Conway These are weeks of New Year’s resolutions where plans are made with the best of intentions all over the world. Many plans focus on physical fitness while … Continue reading The parallels between success in running and personal financial planning