Saturday June 6, 2020

Getting started on your pension journey

Eoghan Gavigan, a specialist investment adviser and certified financial planner at Highfield Financial Planning, has advice for those looking to start a pension, writes Siobhán Maguire

6th October, 2019
Eoghan Gavigan, Highfield Financial Planning

The low rate of pension penetration in Ireland is a common topic when subjects such as auto enrolment and possible changes to pension tax relief are being discussed. That’s according to Eoghan Gavigan, a specialist investment adviser and certified financial planner at Highfield Financial Planning.

Gavigan said statistics can make it seem like there is a lack of urgency among consumers in relation to starting a pension, and this in turn can produce...

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