Watching the bottom line in with investment charges

Ireland lags behind other countries when it comes to investment charges, so it behoves the astute investor to watch their costs

14th June, 2015
Watching the bottom line in with investment charges

In a generation, the concept of cradle to grave care from the state and employers has been erased. Where once you could expect your company to look after your retirement, now the layman has to be familiar with increasingly complex issues to ensure a comfortable future. That’s the view of Marc Westlake, a certified financial planner with Dublin’s Goldcore Wealth Management.

“One of the things about competent citizenry now is you...

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