Saturday April 4, 2020

The Money Doctor: Avoid a washout this summer

Here are three simple tips for those thinking of taking a last-minute holiday this summer.

29th June, 2013
John Lowe is managing director of Providence Finance Services Ltd, trading as Money Doctor.

If you still have no savings plan that pays for the summer holidays and all ancillary costs, then forget going away unless a benefactor is funding your trip or you can afford to repay a loan to fund the holiday over the rest of the year.

All the deposit-takers operate savings accounts called regular saving accounts where you can typically save up to €1,000 each month, with interests rates of up to 3.5 per cent...

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