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Financial planning for women, at every stage of life

Financial planning for women, at every stage of life

From saving for your first house to planning for retirement, the best way to manage your finances as a working woman will evolve over time

The incorporation dilemma for small business

The incorporation dilemma for small business

There are, now more than ever, a number of areas where careful planning will notably reduce the tax liability of SMEs and their owners

Robo-advisers and deregulation can ease pension industry rip-off

Robo-advisers and deregulation can ease pension industry rip-off

It’s time to relax legislation to let fund-owners cut out layers of rapacious intermediaries and avail of low-cost online brokers

How to cut your household energy bills

How to cut your household energy bills

Winter is coming, so here are some handy tips to reduce how much you pay to heat your house

Thinking of setting up as a contractor?

Thinking of setting up as a contractor?

If you’re looking to get into a flexi-time, multi-project and very modern career, then Jimmy Sheehan has some advice for you

When it pays to top up after you get sliced down

When it pays to top up after you get sliced down

A company’s share price can take a tumble through no fault of its own. Don’t panic: do your homework, and it might be an opportunity rather than a threat

The Tax Take : Deciding which tax system is best: a simple one or a fair one

The Tax Take : Deciding which tax system is best: a simple one or a fair one

The Irish tax system is relatively simple for companies and PAYE individuals alike. But does this simplicity come at the cost of fairness?

What the budget means for your pocket

What the budget means for your pocket

The budget maintained the progressive framework of personal tax in Ireland with some minor reductions, but disappointed some businesses by doing little to improve the competitiveness of the tax regime for international mobile talent

Cold comfort for SMEs and entrepreneurs

Cold comfort for SMEs and entrepreneurs

The budget contained a number of measures aimed at helping businesses and entrepreneurs. However, more needs to be done to support those taking the greatest risks for the sake of the economy

On balance, a pretty voter-friendly budget

On balance, a pretty voter-friendly budget

The finance minister put a little extra cash in most pockets this year, fuelling speculation that Ireland is heading for the polls

How to make your return a rewarding one

How to make your return a rewarding one

Self-doubt and a sense of isolation can often affect ‘returners’ to the workplace. But there are ways around this

The Tax Take Budget 2019 special

The Tax Take Budget 2019 special

The budget is likely to leave most of us slightly better off, but don't go breaking out the champers and party hats

The twin threats of Brexit and Corbyn

The twin threats of Brexit and Corbyn

Time is running out for investors to assess risks involved in British-linked stocks. Some major Irish companies could emerge unscathed, others will be hit hard

Slim down your spending without the crash diet

Slim down your spending without the crash diet

If you want to change your financial habits, first you have to understand them, say the experts

Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave

Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave