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Charlie Weston, Personal Finance Editor with the Irish Independent, reports on the analysis of the latest exchequer returns
Charlie Weston, Personal Finance Editor with the Irish Independent, says that drivers could end up covering the cost of the collapse of Enterprise Insurance
Only 1,000 debt deals were done in the first year of operation of the State Insolvency Service, half of these were bankruptcies. This is at the time when thousands of ...
Good news for those who find themselves unable to afford health insurance – one company has introdiuced a product that will allow people to buy a cheal “cash plan” but ...
It’s expected there will be a surge in the amount of people taking out insurance for the first time ever after the government brought in new rules to penalise people ...
‘Property Armageddon’ was predicted for London when the UK launched its ‘Help to Buy’, mortgage-guarantee scheme last October, but the plan has received positive reviews as figures were released recently ...
There are new USC hikes on the way for pensioners and families with medical cards – including those with special needs children – and these increases come along with reductions ...
Typically younger people are less likely to have health insurance and this can have implications on the market as they get older and feel that they should take out cover. ...
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