An alliance of eight EU members – including Ireland – is coalescing to protect economic interests in northern Europe. But will it have any real effect?
Personal Finance, Business /
Like many marketing gimmicks, cashback mortgages aren’t what they’re cracked up to be. In fact, even economists might argue they should be banned
The recession underlined the need to diversify our portfolios, and Ruffer Investment Company is designed to protect against the danger of a downturn in the markets
Revenue has a difficult job to do, which it generally does well and without any need for interference. But this latest move is unfair, and the government’s hands are tied
Last week’s Brexit agreement gives some small grounds for optimism, but the overall outlook is still overwhelmingly bleak
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
There are, now more than ever, a number of areas where careful planning will notably reduce the tax liability of SMEs and their owners
It’s time to relax legislation to let fund-owners cut out layers of rapacious intermediaries and avail of low-cost online brokers
The Irish tax system is relatively simple for companies and PAYE individuals alike. But does this simplicity come at the cost of fairness?
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