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5 ways to be smart with money when rates are low

For several years now, the European Central Bank has been driving down the cost of money. This is good news if you have a mortgage, especially a tracker mortgage or a standard variable rate mortgage. But it is not very…

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5 handy websites to compare costs in 2017

According to a recent study published by Retail Ireland, Irish households were predicted to spend an average of about €2,600 during the recent Christmas period. And separately, according to the Irish League of Credit Unions, half of people borrow money,…

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3 things to practice with your money

Over the years, having moved between different aspects of money, there is one thing that I hear a lot: “Oh, I could really do with some money advice.” With interest, I usually ask what specifically they want to know and…

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