SSIA money to be invested in property

Almost 60 per cent of Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) savers will put some or all of their money into property, according to a survey to be published tomorrow.

7th January, 2006

Almost 60 per cent of Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) savers will put some or all of their money into property, according to a survey to be published tomorrow.

The survey, which was carried out by the Irish Mortgage Corporation (IMC), found that 28 per cent of SSIA savers will invest some or all of their savings in property, while 21 per cent will use the money for home improvements.

About 8 per cent will use some or...

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