More than a quarter of high earners in Ireland ‘struggle to make ends meet’
New report finds that the better paid in UK do not have same difficulties meeting financial commitments
More than a quarter of Ireland’s high earners are struggling to make ends meet, according to a new report.
Some of the wealthiest households in Ireland are feeling more insecure about their financial stability compared to their European counterparts, according to the “worried well-off” report launched today.
The report, led by Tasc, the think-tank for action on social change, examines the financial position and attitudes towards inequality among the top 10...
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