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Invested: America: the new tax haven

Invested: America: the new tax haven

To many observers’ surprise, the US is now viewed as a leading tax haven for wealthy foreigners, earning itself the sobriquet of ‘the new Switzerland’. Jesse Drucker reports

Invested: Promises,  promises

Invested: Promises, promises

Invested:Central bankers: their cure is worse than the disease

Invested:Central bankers: their cure is worse than the disease

The ‘Hero Central Banker’ was apparently scuppered by the oil price shock, but that was the outcome, not the cause, of the monetary policy’s failure to deliver a sustainable recovery

Invested: Crisis or the curse  of total recall?

Invested: Crisis or the curse of total recall?

Memories of 2008 and a rough start to the new year are making investors wary, but there is value out there for those prepared to take a risk, writes Ian Guider

Invested: Five tech trends to watch

Invested: Five tech trends to watch

From big data to security and social media, technology sectors are driven by the cycles of innovation – this makes for exciting opportunities, even when the rest of the economy is having a wobble, writes Emmet Ryan

Invested: Sticking to the  script

Invested: Sticking to the script

While the prognosis for long-term investors isn’t great, the nimble short and medium-term risk-takers can benefit

Invested: My investments: Shane Jennings,  former Irish rugby international

Invested: My investments: Shane Jennings, former Irish rugby international

Shane Jennings retired from professional rugby last year, after 13 seasons with Leinster and Leicester.

Deadline looms to dip into AVC piggy bank

Deadline looms to dip into AVC piggy bank

Savers who want to raid their pension pot are up against a ticking clock

Invested: Grand rationale

Invested: Grand rationale

While the Paddy Power/Betfair merger has created a Goliath, the betting industry is no two-horse race – with those hoping to make gains prepared to wait for the best odds of long-term success

Ask Emma: What should I do with my Verizon shares?

Ask Emma: What should I do with my Verizon shares?

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The lay of the pensions landscape

The lay of the pensions landscape

Thousands of pension trustees are without a relevant management qualification

Are judges trigger-happy on summary judgment?

Are judges trigger-happy on summary judgment?

Concern is rising that summary judgment are getting handed down too readily

The Tax Take: Finding a voice on Brexit

The Tax Take: Finding a voice on Brexit

‘Four freedoms’ hold the key to free cross-border trade

Returning to an age-old problem

Returning to an age-old problem

The government has failed to act on simplifying Ireland’s complex pension landscape

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

No one likes paying PRSI, but it does at least come with some benefits