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Many self-employed face poverty in retirement

Many self-employed face poverty in retirement

Just 41 per cent are contributing to a pension fund

Charities hope for a generous Christmas

Charities hope for a generous Christmas

That Ireland has slipped a little in the charitable donations league may be due to damaged trust among disenchanted donors

Getting the right result from your investment manager

Getting the right result from your investment manager

It’s a results business and managers have to prove their worth within a relatively short timeframe

Retailers' to benefit from lower debit and credit card fees

Retailers' to benefit from lower debit and credit card fees

The changes, which come into force from today, will save retailers €36 million a year

Ask Emma: our Money Editor has all the answers

Ask Emma: our Money Editor has all the answers

Is it too late to claim tax relief?

Deck the tills with boughs of money

Deck the tills with boughs of money

Consumer confidence is turning positive - finally - but there are still plenty of obstacles to growth

Christmas heralds cautious optimism for the new year

Christmas heralds cautious optimism for the new year

Today’s research study shows that the budget’s cash injection is making a happier Christmas

Central Bank writing to lenders as part of probe into tracker mortgages

Central Bank writing to lenders as part of probe into tracker mortgages

Bank wil be in touch “before year-end” with an update on the investigation

Five famous bankrupts who survived and thrived

Five famous bankrupts who survived and thrived

Henry Ford, Walt Disney and HJ Heinz are on the list of famous bankrupts

Brian Keegan: Corporation tax not the only lure for Pfizer

Brian Keegan: Corporation tax not the only lure for Pfizer

Pfizer and Allergan already have a substantial presence here

Will a recent British ruling re-open Irish divorce settlements?

Will a recent British ruling re-open Irish divorce settlements?

Since 1997, more than 50,000 couples have divorced here

Websites are cutting out the estate agents for home sellers

Websites are cutting out the estate agents for home sellers

Main incentive for property owners who bypass the agent is not financial

Comment: Banks sitting on a €20 billion mortgage timebomb

Comment: Banks sitting on a €20 billion mortgage timebomb

Interest-only mortgages not just a problem for the individuals

New personal insolvency rules will help some but not all

New personal insolvency rules will help some but not all

In many cases it will be difficult to get loans written off on family homes

Not using an estate agent: penny wise but pound foolish?

Not using an estate agent: penny wise but pound foolish?

Solicitor Caroline O’Dowd tells you what you need to know