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Saving is the new fad

The spending boom of the Celtic Tiger has been altered to a savings bonanza for financial institutions as more and more Irish people opt to put money aside regularly in a bid to increase account balances. According to an EBS consumer savings survey of 1,000 people, up to 85 per cent are now saving with 93 per cent of under-25s now getting in on the savings habit.

Saving is the new fad

The spending boom of the Celtic Tiger has been altered to a savings bonanza for financial institutions as more and more Irish people opt to put money aside regularly in a bid to increase account balances. According to an EBS consumer savings survey of 1,000 people, up to 85 per cent are now saving with 93 per cent of under-25s now getting in on the savings habit.

Car key of the future with integrated credit card

A prototype for a multifunctional car key which enables cashless payment and personalised vehicle access has been developed by BMW Group Research and Technology.

Car key of the future with integrated credit card

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BMW Group Research and Technology has developed a prototype for a multifunctional car key which enables cashless payment and personalised vehicle access.

Car key of the future with integrated credit card

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BMW Group Research and Technology has developed a prototype for a multifunctional car key which enables cashless payment and personalised vehicle access. “As part of our research project we first integrated a security chip into the key casing, which communicates across short distances by radio with a card reader,” says BMW's spokesman on this project.

Beware of bogus collectors, say gardai

Gardai have warned residents in Galway city about bogus collectors who are calling door to door, pretending to be from the Brothers of Charity.

US woman tracks credit card fraudsters to Galway

An American woman was shocked this week to discover her credit card was being used to pay for a room in a Galway hotel, while she was at home in Texas.

Revenue warns of e-mail seeking personal information

The Revenue Commissioners have warned of the existence of a fraudulent e-mail purporting to come from Revenue seeking personal information from taxpayers in connection with a tax refund. The e-mail asks the recipient to submit personal details including date of birth and debit/credit card details. This e-mail did not issue from Revenue.

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