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Mandatory Pensions on the Horizon?
According to an analysis of Irish Life’s personal pension customers, people in Mayo are saving 19 per cent less into their pensions than Irish Life’s national average. The average monthly pension contribution by those living in County Mayo is €279 compared to Irish Life’s national monthly average of €343. On average women in Mayo pay €278 a month, and men pay €280 a month. Only 31 per cent of Irish Life’s pension customers from Mayo are female, compared to 69 per cent male customers.
Juggling the family finances is a tricky business for all of us. The mortgage has to be paid each month, other loans need to be addressed, insurances must be paid, food must be put on the table, everyone must have clothes etc.… And all of this is before we even start thinking about the nicer things in life such as social outings, holidays and the rest!
Russell Brennan Keane and Bank of Ireland Business Banking came together last Wednesday to update senior executives in the Midlands business community on significant changes happening in the legal and banking landscape which will impact on all businesses.
Huge differences in mortgage rates, and the “lack of fairness for bank customers” on variable rates, is placing “financial and emotional stress” on families across east Galway.
Ulster Bank has announced today that it will pay a €1,500 contribution towards new mortgage customer’s legal fees. The payment, which will be made following mortgage drawdown, is available to customers who have a mortgage offer issued between March 13 and June 13.
There’s been some further good news on the jobs front this week following the announcement from Acorn Life Group that the company will create a further 125 roles in 2015. Acorn Life Group, whose head office is based in Galway, is Ireland’s only 100 per cent Irish-owned life assurance company.
‘Retirement in Ireland 2014: A Survey Report’ from the Retirement Planning Council has revealed that more than half of those approaching retirement or recently retired did not feel ready for retirement prior to undertaking a retirement planning course. The new report from the Retirement Planning Council is based on an extensive national survey of over 648 people who are either approaching retirement or had recently retired in the last 12 months.
AIB has launched its latest third level student campaign. A range of reduced rate loan facilities are available for students and parents, and are designed to assist with the cost of financing third level education.
AIB has launched its latest third level student campaign. A range of reduced rate loan facilities are available for students and parents and are designed to assist with the cost of financing third level education. These include the student contribution charge loan, a parental student finance loan, a student personal loan, and a specialist faculty loan. AIB approves nine out of 10 student loans and is the number one student bank in Ireland.