Tuesday June 2, 2020

The great school save

Today's exclusive new survey reveals that the majority of Irish parents are saving for their children's education

31st August, 2014

Three out of five Irish parents are saving for their children’s education, according to the results from today’s exclusive Sunday Business Post/Coyne Research study of attitudes to educational costs.

The study on back-to-school spending and educational costs found that a significant number of Irish parents view back-to-school time as expensive, with the financial challenge typically increasing as students move up the ranks from primary school to secondary school to third...

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