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Here comes the bride . . . and the bill

Here comes the bride . . . and the bill

Spending on weddings is increasing again, albeit cautiously

No need to spend big on nuptials

No need to spend big on nuptials

It is possible to make choices that will lead to savings on the big day

Popping the big question and discussing a budget plan

Popping the big question and discussing a budget plan

Discussing budget plans ahead of your wedding day (and beyond) is essential for any couple

Comment: Credit servicing firms get new protection standards

Comment: Credit servicing firms get new protection standards

The Central Bank is regulating the activities of third-party companies that collect from borrowers

The Tax Take: The new government will have to be able to withstand a budget vote

The Tax Take: The new government will have to be able to withstand a budget vote

And that means keeping a lot of people happy on tax, including the troika

Thirty-something? You might feel financially insecure

Thirty-something? You might feel financially insecure

Those in the 41 to 50 age range feel more secure

All to play for: the dust from the general election is still settling

All to play for: the dust from the general election is still settling

How will personal finance issues be thrashed out by the next government?

Airbnb special: Boasts of the hosts

Airbnb special: Boasts of the hosts

Airbnb offers householders a no-commitment relationship with the hospitality business – and around €3,000 a year for a typical Irish host

Airbnb special: More B&B than landlord

Airbnb special: More B&B than landlord

The tax treatment of income earned by Airbnb hosts has been a source of confusion

Airbnb special: King of the castle

Airbnb special: King of the castle

Peter Hayes listed his castle in Galway on Airbnb to keep his friend happy

What’s the deal with the health insurance market?

What’s the deal with the health insurance market?

Aviva is strongly rumoured to be considering selling off its health division, possibly to Irish Life, in a deal which would shake up an already turbulent sector

Family home: use it or lose it

Family home: use it or lose it

Comment: New changes to bankruptcy law relating to the family home could soften the regime here

Ask Emma

Ask Emma

What should I do with my lump sum?

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

As Britain weighs up whether to remain in the EU, would you want to join? House of Cards author Michael Dobbs’s argument is one that counts

Pensions industry calls for "long-term focus" on policy

Pensions industry calls for "long-term focus" on policy

The main thing it wants from the current crop of candidates for the Dáil is a bit of forward-thinking on retirement saving