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Cost of insurance remains our number one concern

Insurance premiums remain the number one financial concern for Irish motorists according to the latest Motoring Report from car buying experts Carzone. Fuel was the second biggest concern, followed by motor tax.

Moving to cashless payments can improve the experience of your business

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oose elAny visit to Hazel Mountain Chocolate is an experience — the delightful tearooms snuggled in the foothills of the Burren. This is a place where you don’t want to hurry, where you want time to stand still. Pastries, organic lunches, tea served in quirky pots, in little rooms off the shops. And when you have finished your delightful treat, you can see where and how it is all made.

Brokers Ireland questions Central Bank’s mortgage rules

Brokers Ireland says Central Bank mortgage rules should not differentiate between first and subsequent buyers.

Get it ‘right first time’ with Pat Fleming Mortgages

So confident is Pat Fleming in making your mortgage application effective, he has trademarked the process as “Right first time”.

Drum home offers investment potential

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Property: Rockfield, Drum, Athlone, Roscommon

New road to have impact

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This large family home is situated just one mile from the increasingly popular village of Corofin, which will benefit from the new movement of traffic to the M17.

Property in popular development offers investment potential

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Property: 4 Croi Oige, Dublin Road, Athlone, Westmeath

Consumers avoid shops that do not accept card as method of payment

Some 43 per cent of Irish consumers have at one stage intentionally avoided a shop that did not have card or contactless payment facilities, according to a new survey by card payment provider BOI Payment Acceptance (BOIPA).

Property renters want to buy but cannot afford to

Affordability in the property market remains a huge issue for those renting or living at home with their parents.

Drivers consider dropping comprehensive insurance

Almost 40 per cent of motorists have considered sacrificing their comprehensive cover in favour of a third party or third party, fire and theft policy as a result of rising insurance costs, according to research undertaken by AA Motor Insurance.

 

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