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Can I claim tax relief on my life insurance costs?
A free seminar on the gold market will be held in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Wednesday July 20. Presented by Greg Heaslip of Solid Gold Financial, this seminar will be of interest to existing and potential investors in the gold market. Commencing at 6.30pm the seminar will offer an introduction to the gold market and provide an overview of the relationship of gold to the world financial system.
When you move from one job to another, what becomes of your pension benefit? Have you left pension benefits behind you when you left or changed employment?
Significant cost savings are emerging for insurance providers in respect of personal injury claims and these savings should translate to lower insurance premiums for consumers and businesses, according to Injuries Board CEO, Patricia Byron.
The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation said government can afford to pay the cost of teachers’ pensions. The union criticised what it called plans by government to walk away from any responsibility for pensions.
Retiring politicians will reap a massive €10 million in golden handshake payments, a level of taxpayers money that is “absolutely shocking”.
A move by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board to cut the cost of making compensation claims could save up to €2 million per year, according to the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe.
Too much food and wine aren’t the only things causing post Christmas hangovers in 2011. January can be one of the most financially stressful times of the year as Christmas bills start arriving into households around the country during the month. This year in particular, many families will struggle to keep their heads above water as they deal not only with Christmas overspending but reduced incomes, cuts in social welfare and job losses.
While the campaign to stop any cuts for pensions proved successful in the four year recovery plan, Age Action has expressed its disappointment that the Government has ‘agreed to freeze the rate of the State pension until 2015, as part of the bailout deal it has reached with the IMF and the EU’.
Recent analysis by European insurer Aviva has shown that people in Mayo need to save an additional €9,100 a year to live adequately in retirement. Mayo’s annual pensions savings gap, the difference between what is currently being saved and expectations for retirement, stands at €550 million, the equivalent of an average €758 per capita per month of working age or €9,100 a year. These are among the findings of a comprehensive analysis of Ireland’s retirement landscape to date by the company.