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Just the job: A guide to finding the perfect place to work

Just the job: A guide to finding the perfect place to work

Jobseekers are often most influenced by the potential salary of a new job, but there are other important issues to consider, such as company culture, career development and pension benefits

Brian Keegan: Ireland is taxed with a bad reputation

Brian Keegan: Ireland is taxed with a bad reputation

The US continues to see Ireland as a tax haven, even if this is no longer the case

Rewards: Taking stock of your stock options

Rewards: Taking stock of your stock options

Your hard work has paid off. Now what? Here’s the best approach to take with all that company stock on your hands

Brian Keegan's tax take: A budget all about votes

Brian Keegan's tax take: A budget all about votes

A budget targeting benefits rather than tax cuts could suit a government in election mode

Finance Bill change is an attack on SMEs

Finance Bill change is an attack on SMEs

Recent amendments to the CGT retirement relief for entrepreneurs deal a nasty blow to small business owners

Trump’s strategic trade crusade could hurt equities

Trump’s strategic trade crusade could hurt equities

The US president’s economic war with China will hit individual businesses harder than the global economy, writes Tom McCabe

How to fix our retirement mess before it gets any worse

How to fix our retirement mess before it gets any worse

With pensions auto-enrolment on the way, how can we convince workers to stay the course?

The Tax Take: EU must plug the €151bn Vat gap

The Tax Take: EU must plug the €151bn Vat gap

Dealing with Vat in the digital age has seriously blunted the authorities’ ability to collect tax

Britain still dancing to Europe’s tune on tax

Britain still dancing to Europe’s tune on tax

If Britain wants to collect £600bn of tax in the next year, it may have to do what the EU wants for a while yet

The Tax Take: A bilateral sense of loss may be just what’s needed

The Tax Take: A bilateral sense of loss may be just what’s needed

Beyond the rhetoric and posturing, people’s livelihoods are at stake in the current negotiations between the EU and Britain. It’s time for the politicians to wake up and face that reality

How to negotiate the mortgage maze to get to your first home

How to negotiate the mortgage maze to get to your first home

With lenders reporting a surge in mortgage demand, there several things that prospective applicants should and shouldn’t do

10 steps for getting and closing a mortgage

10 steps for getting and closing a mortgage

It’s your biggest asset, your biggest purchase, and the biggest debt you will take on in your life: here’s how to do it right

We need to talk about dividends

We need to talk about dividends

How much to expect after tax is just one issue. The canny investor should be more concerned about the sustainability and growth of their dividends

The expert guide to playing the markets

The expert guide to playing the markets

Success in the market is all about what, and who, you know

Ten rules for trading in a volatile market

Ten rules for trading in a volatile market

It’s a rollercoaster ride on the markets these days, but it is possible for investors to survive, and even thrive. Just follow these practical guidelines – and enjoy the rush