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Invested: What the Brexit fall-out will mean for investors

Invested: What the Brexit fall-out will mean for investors

Brexit gives rise to multiple issues for companies to consider, but investors should focus on the opportunities and threats the fall-out throws up

Invested: Brexit and tax:  the open questions

Invested: Brexit and tax: the open questions

More than a year has passed since the announcement of the Brexit referendum result, yet there are many tax issues still to be reconciled. Brian Keegan separates the knowns from the unknowns

Invested: Start-ups can still make a grand entrance in Britain

Invested: Start-ups can still make a grand entrance in Britain

Although Brexit brings challenges, Britain still offers opportunities to Irish entrepreneurs beginning their export journey, writes Emma Kennedy

Invested: Taking social media into account

Invested: Taking social media into account

Banks can reach a large audience through social media, and are using popular channels such as Snapchat to attract a new generation of customers

Invested 2017: The executive with plenty of drive

Invested 2017: The executive with plenty of drive

As chief executive designate of Acushnet, 49-year-old David Maher has proven he has the determination to secure one of the most important jobs in golf. Now he must prove his worth

Invested: What do voters want from the Irish political economy?

Invested: What do voters want from the Irish political economy?

Political success is based on the ability to deliver high-quality public services, public infrastructure and jobs, but voters’ wants are complex and divergent, writes Aidan Regan

Tools to build family wealth

Tools to build family wealth

A pension is not merely a retirement planning tool, it can be the cornerstone of a family's wealth strategy, writes Andrew Fahy

Invested: Charting the path to Auto-enrolment

Invested: Charting the path to Auto-enrolment

The government is working on a ‘road map’ to deliver a mandatory pension scheme for employees

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

A Joycean work, the Taxes Consolidation Act is a not-so-handy guide to our complicated tax system

Tax deadline: your guide to pay and file

Tax deadline: your guide to pay and file

As the deadline for filing your 2016 tax return approaches, tax expert Alan Moore walks you through the process, step by step

Brian Keegan: How Revenue catches the tax cheats

Brian Keegan: How Revenue catches the tax cheats

Tax evasion is wrong. Most taxpayers recognise that but, despite the generally positive compliance attitude, evasion at times became a virtual industry in this country

Plans of action

Plans of action

When it comes to pension planning and auto-enrolment schemes, Ireland must act now, according to the head of Britain's retirement savings body

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The worst people to ask about tax are taxpayers

Why don't the Irish do pensions?

Why don't the Irish do pensions?

The pros and cons of auto-enrolment as a solution to the low level of private sector pension coverage

The dos and don’ts for new home  loan borrowers

The dos and don’ts for new home loan borrowers

Taking out a mortgage can be an exciting yet mystifying time. Solicitor Julie Sadlier offers some practical tips