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Family Business Survival Guide: Taking business full circle

Family Business Survival Guide: Taking business full circle

The question of succession is an important one for all family businesses, with many pitfalls lying in wait. So how do you steer a course between keeping everybody happy and doing what’s best for the company?

Family Business Survival Guide: Keeping it in the family

Family Business Survival Guide: Keeping it in the family

Going into business with kin is no guarantee of loyalty, as lots of families have found out the hard way. Joe Behan explains how to keep a row from derailing your dynasty

In the palm of our hands

In the palm of our hands

With an increasing number of people making the switch from online to mobile banking, We analyse a shifting digital landscape and asks what the future holds for consumers and banks alike

The robot revolution about to hit finance

The robot revolution about to hit finance

We’re not too far away from a potential future where chatbots replace apps as our primary conduit to the world of technology. But what exactly are they, and what do they do? Róisín Killeen finds out

End of the road in sight for beleaguered motorists?

End of the road in sight for beleaguered motorists?

A recent ruling in a Supreme Court appeal could see things improve for motorists struggling with the cost of car insurance

What Beps means for taxpayers

What Beps means for taxpayers

Extra complexity for cross-border business is set to be the order of the day

The Knowledge Development Box: Is it time to start ‘boxing’?

The Knowledge Development Box: Is it time to start ‘boxing’?

What you need to know about the KDB tax relief

Does the new taoiseach need a new slogan?

Does the new taoiseach need a new slogan?

Despite an improving economy, even fewer voters are buying Fine Gael’s ‘keep the recovery going’ mantra

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

It’s no accident that inheritance tax surfaces as an issue when, right after a bereavement, people are at their most vulnerable

Succession Act reform aims to cool family feuds

Succession Act reform aims to cool family feuds

For some legal observers, the recommendation is a modest leap forward

Where there is a will, there is a way to go

Where there is a will, there is a way to go

The Law Reform Commission’s report on succession makes recommendations that reflect the changing shape of Irish families, but could increase the number of legal rows

Is rent support likely to be the next employee benefit?

Is rent support likely to be the next employee benefit?

With IDA companies coming to Ireland, there isn’t just the question of talent availability, but where to house that talent. Following the call by London’s mayor Sadiq Khan for companies to help staff with housing costs, is it time that Irish companies followed suit?

Mastering the Money Illusion

Mastering the Money Illusion

The environment of financial repression is here to stay, but the diversified long-term investor will protect their wealth if they adjust their plans accordingly, writes Daniel Moroney

Wealth and women

Wealth and women

Financial advice for females - expert Carol Brick has some tops tips for improving your planning

Travel Insurance: Don’t trip up on the small print of a policy

Travel Insurance: Don’t trip up on the small print of a policy

Costs may have decreased, but confusion over claims remains an issue for many consumers