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What Donald Trump’s greater America means for us

What Donald Trump’s greater America means for us

Trump is an unlikely standard-bearer for the economic policies espoused by Hugo Chávez, but he shows no sign of backing down

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

A decade after I met with Martin McGuinness to lobby for the introduction of a special corporation tax rate in the North, provision for the 12.5 per cent rate is on the statute books

Our jaundiced view of Donald Trump

Our jaundiced view of Donald Trump

Two months into the Trump presidency and Irish people don’t like what they see

Beyond PTSB: The greatest consumer financial rip-off ever

Beyond PTSB: The greatest consumer financial rip-off ever

Comment The tracker mortgage debacle has shattered customer trust in all banks, not just PTSB

Pensions Special: Start your pension now

Pensions Special: Start your pension now

If you plant the seeds of a pension plan now, over time it can grow and blossom into a flourishing retirement. Here are some key tips to get growing

Pensions Special: Who wants to work forever?

Pensions Special: Who wants to work forever?

When it comes to pensions, getting the investment balance right is key to everything

Debt Special: Staying in the black

Debt Special: Staying in the black

Spring cleaning isn’t just about tidying up your home physically: it’s about getting your house in order financially too. Here are some tips to get started

Debt Special: Keeping the family home out of danger

Debt Special: Keeping the family home out of danger

There are solutions out there for under-pressure debtors

David Hall: 10 steps for dealing with debt

David Hall: 10 steps for dealing with debt

There are strategies that can help individuals deal with debt, and solutions do exist

The Tax Take: Can tax be both fair and equal?

The Tax Take: Can tax be both fair and equal?

We have backed ourselves into a corner when it comes to changing the tax blend

Ireland has broad appeal for international financial services

Ireland has broad appeal for international financial services

Cork University Business School at UCC has taken a leadership position in assisting state agencies in attracting IFS firms to Ireland

Who’s in the driving seat of the car insurance market?

Who’s in the driving seat of the car insurance market?

Many Irish motorists became aware of the possible perils of foreign insurers when Enterprise and Setanta Insurance collapsed, but some feel greater awareness is needed

Central Bank to launch information campaign about debt database

Central Bank to launch information campaign about debt database

Bank plans to raise awareness of credit reporting rules

The future of the mortgage market

The future of the mortgage market

The mood music is beginning to change, and interest rate hikes could be on the horizon

Lack of pension awareness among women not just workers

Lack of pension awareness among women not just workers

Just 51 per cent of Irish women are part of a pension scheme