Five ways to save money this summer

The government and economists are tentatively talking about an end to the downturn, but that doesn’t mean you should stop trying to save money

15th May, 2010

Money has been too tight to mention for quite a while now, but recent weeks have seen some commentators flagging the turning of the proverbial corner.

A marginal improvement in employment figures, some tough talking and a sense of steadying the ship means that green shoots, or the mention of them at least, have reared their head again.

‘‘The good news is that stability has been restored to our public finances,” said Taoiseach Brian Cowen...

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