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Athlone Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with sponsors, RBK Chartered Accountants and TUS, will host a ‘Pre-Budget Business Breakfast’, a high-profile event featuring a panel of experts, including Deputy Michael McGrath, Minister for Finance and economist, John Finn, to be moderated by the Business Editor of the Business Post, Lorcan Allen.
Hennelly Finance earns national business awardHennelly Finance has been named All-Star Health Insurance Broker 2023 by the All-Ireland Business Foundation (AIBF).
Small businesses in Athlone and across County Westmeath are being encouraged to check their eligibility for a new support that could help them reduce their energy output.
Small businesses across Galway city and county are being encouraged to check their eligibility for a new support that could help them reduce their energy output. The Energy Efficiency Grant to aid small businesses on their sustainability journey was announced last week by Simon Coveney, T.D. Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
The Health Insurance Authority (HIA), the State Authority which monitors compliance with the Health Insurance Acts, have published their 2022 Report on the Health Insurance Market.
Commenting on the most recent CSO House Price Index, Brokers Ireland said this, the third monthly drop in a row, this time at -0.6 percent, indicates that prices are certainly showing that excess has left the market.
Mergers on horizon as many credit unions scale up to meet viability, regulatory and staffing challenges
In the last five years , the number of Credit Unions in Ireland has reduced by around 25% - a trend that looks set to continue according to RBK Chartered Accountants, whose 11th annual credit union benchmarking survey results were published at the annual Credit Union seminar this week.
Athlone Deputy Mayor, Cllr Frankie Keena, has welcomed confirmation from the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Deputy Darragh O'Brien, of €1.575 million funding approval for the construction of 21 affordable homes within the Dún an Rí development in Coosan.
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland is investing €500,000 in social entrepreneurship through two programmes of training and support currently open for application.
Whether you've been driving for years or are a new driver itching to get on the roads, the law requires you to have third-party insurance at a minimum. You can be prosecuted, fined up to €5,000, or even face court if you are caught driving without insurance - and it's possible your car could be taken or destroyed.