Switch your health insurance without triggering penalties - new terms and conditions make it less attracting to do this mid-contract. Tina Leonard explains to Today with Pat Kenny.
Long awaiting changes to legislation will make declaratons of bankruptcy more attractive to those struggling to pay debts with a new insolvency bill approved by Enda Kenny.
Financial difficulties can add enormous stress to your life. Now the Central Bank has clarified rules to stop banks or other creditors harassing you beyond reason.
AIB is to refund 11,500 customers over discrepancies relating to the insurance products sold with credit cards.
Phishing, dodgy email links, call it fraud or a scam, but either way your money could be stolen. Tina Leonard tells Today with Pat Kenny how to recognise a silent burglary is underway.
Insurance is one of the first things that people consider removing from their monthly bills if they fall on hard times. Consumer expert Tina Leonard helps you find what insurance is right for you.
House prices continue to fall as the credit squeeze paralyses the mortgage market, but it means Irish property is now the second most affordable in the world.
Ryanair has just introduced a new airline card which will save you the €12 admin fee on return flights. But there are hidden charges on all airline cards. Tina Leonard reports
A report suggests that the majority of families dependent on Jobseeker's Benefit do not have an adequate income for a basic standard of living.
People who are fined for refusing to pay the new household levy may have their wages or social welfare payments docked at source.
Independent TD Joe Higgins has encouraged the Government to support the boycott campaign not to register for the Household Charge, in order to send a message to the "overlords" in Europe.
Three banks have refused to pass on the latest European Central Bank interest rate reduction to mortgage customers on variable rates.
Larger families will be between €800 and €1,000 worse off under austerity measures revealed in the first part of the Budget 2012.
What could theoretically happen household finances if the euro collapsed and Ireland had to go it alone financially?
Almost 100,000 homeowners are struggling to pay their mortgage, according to official figures from the Central Bank.
The Taoiseach is prepared to consider legislation to compel banks to pass on interest rate cuts to consumers.
You can save thousands if you insulate properly. Tina Leonard tells Pat Kenny what grants for homeowners and landlords are available
The government has unveiled its options for those in mortgage arrears but says the state can't afford debt forgiveness as it would cost between €10bn and €14bn
The long-awaited government report on the growing mortgage debt crisis doesn't tackle the problem for strugglng householders
Are you struggling with your mortgage repayments? Here are the options banks consider when renegotiating with those in arrears or in danger of going into arrears
One in nine homeowners are in mortgage arrears or have gone to their bank to restructure their loans, new figures released by the Central Bank show.
Finance minister Michael Noonan says the banks have funds to tackle mortgage defaults and proposals to tackle growing arrears will be ready by the end of September.
Gold and the Swiss franc are hot targets for investors at the moment. Some warn gold is another bubble about to pop and the Swiss are worried about their currency. So where else are people investing savings?
At least 100 orders for possession of homes sought by lenders since December 2009, could be struck out following a judgment by the High Court
Is it safe to keep your savings in euro? That's a question many in Ireland are asking amid continued turbulence in Europe in relation to the prospect of a Greek default.