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Preparation key to a comfortable retirement

Sarah Conry, a director at Deloitte, explains why financial planning is key to a comfortable retirement, writes Siobhán Maguire

6th October, 2019
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Latest statistics suggest that men and women in Ireland can expect to live to 81.5 years on average, although Irish women have the edge on men by four years. That means lots of time to enjoy retirement as long you can afford it, according to Sarah Conry, a director within the Global Employer Services (GES) Group with Tax, Deloitte Ireland LLP.

“We can expect to rely on a pension for a considerably longer period of time...

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