Alice and Dave live with their two children in Walkinstown in Dublin and, at the moment, everything is fine. Dave works as a driver for Dublin Bus and earns over €40,000 a year. The problem is his pension. It's just not enough and if he and if he and Alice want to maintain anything resembling their current standard of living when Dave retires, they need to make other arrangements quickly.
Alice is interested in using their savings to set up a business or buy property, but Dave doesn't want to risk their money. Are Alice's business ambitions realistic and is Dave's caution going to prevent them from making the necessary choices for their future?