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Will banks face a tidal wave of overcharging cases?

Will banks face a tidal wave of overcharging cases?

Permanent TSB has admitted to overcharging tracker mortgage customers. Could other banks now face similar claims?

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Is there a loophole on dwelling house relief?

Urbanites pick up bulk of tab for inheritance tax

Urbanites pick up bulk of tab for inheritance tax

Mortgage market under the spotlight

Mortgage market under the spotlight

The banks are once again facing hard questions over tracker mortgages, leaving customers with questions of their own

Taxman must come to his     senses over expenses

Taxman must come to his senses over expenses

Comment The tax treatment of expenses should not hinder growth

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Revenue’s latest clampdown is targeting the construction sector

Tracker customers in race against time for compensation claims

Tracker customers in race against time for compensation claims

The clock is ticking for thousands who may have been overcharged by ruthless banks

Death and a certain tax headache

Death and a certain tax headache

Lower thresholds mean the tax bill after a parent’s death is no longer only a problem for the very wealthy

The costs of keeping four wheels spinning

The costs of keeping four wheels spinning

Motorists have a lot of costs to consider, not least their soaring insurance bills

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A helping hand to get back to school

Debt experts give back licences

Debt experts give back licences

Debt experts have pointed to the high costs associated with being a personal insolvency practitioner.

Financial planning for student life

Financial planning for student life

Now that the Leaving Cert results are out, and college places will be offered, it’s time to get down to brass tacks

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Seeking advice on health insurance

A helping hand for students

A helping hand for students

The government-funded Student Assistance Fund provides financial assistance for full-time higher education students who are experiencing financial difficulties while at college.

Investing in betting companies is less ethical than in tobacco

Investing in betting companies is less ethical than in tobacco

I’m not blowing smoke when I tell you that investing in tobacco companies is arguably more ethical than a punt on shares in a bookies