Wednesday June 3, 2020

Michael Murray: If Sinn Féin is a driving force in the next government, will the last investor to leave the country please turn out the lights?

It's November 2015 and you are reflecting on your 65th birthday just over a year ago.

1st June, 2014
Michael Murray.

It’s November 2015. You are reflecting on your 65th birthday just over a year ago. You were 65 years of age and about to retire with a four bedroomed home in a Dublin suburb worth €500,000. You had built up a business, educated your children, and paid your property tax. You had a pension pot of €500,000 which was going to deliver you a pension of €25,000 per annum. On top, you had enough PRSI...

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