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Birthday blues: jury out on success of new mortgage rules

Birthday blues: jury out on success of new mortgage rules

One year on from rules to prevent another bubble, a review is in the pipleline

Trickle of bank customers avail of flood-related flexibility on loans

Trickle of bank customers avail of flood-related flexibility on loans

Banks expect demand to increase once full extent of damage is known

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Britain comes first on the burning issue of tax

Comment: Cut through the smoke and reflect on mirror funds

Comment: Cut through the smoke and reflect on mirror funds

Hidden charges cloud the cost of investing in Ireland

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

As the election draws near, the tax proposals from our politicians deserve scrutiny

COMMENT: A fortnight off won’t be much help to new fathers

COMMENT: A fortnight off won’t be much help to new fathers

It's a step in the right direction, but two weeks is simply not long enough

Baby steps: new fathers will soon be able to take two weeks paid leave

Baby steps: new fathers will soon be able to take two weeks paid leave

But does the new paternity benefit go far enough – and what are its implications for employers??

Ask Emma

Ask Emma

Money Editor Emma Kennedy has all the answers

Homebuyers race to scoop lending rules exemptions

Homebuyers race to scoop lending rules exemptions

Markets off to strong start for year after slowdown in 2015

Tracker mortgages and health insurance on Central Bank agenda

Tracker mortgages and health insurance on Central Bank agenda

Regulator will publish its consumer protection outlook report in coming weeks

Ask Emma: Saving for first baby's future

Ask Emma: Saving for first baby's future

Insurance companies’ woes are going from bad to worse

Insurance companies’ woes are going from bad to worse

Recent flooding could put pressure on insurance pricing in coming months

Get your health insurance in good shape this year

Get your health insurance in good shape this year

Make savings and gain extra benefits with a little research and careful consideration

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Taxes introduced to change behaviour patterns can have unexpected results

Central Bank widens net in tracker mortgage probe

Central Bank widens net in tracker mortgage probe

The investigation may end up costing the banks ‘hundreds of millions of euro’