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Taking control of your future seminar

An interesting and informative evening is expected at The Days Hotel, Castlebar next Thursday evening (Oct 9). M&C Financial Services are holding a Seminar entitled Taking Control of Your Future. “With the recent downturn in the world economy, as well as the uncertainty in the stock markets and banking sectors, we feel that this is an excellent chance for people, to learn about how to make the most of the opportunities take are currently available to them. You can now take control of your investments, as well as your pension fund and see how to make your hard earned money work for you. Many pension funds are invested through banks and insurance companies, and the customer has little control over where and how their money is invested” said Tom Connolly, Director of M&C Financial Services.

Purchasing land and the tax issues

Q. I am purchasing land in Mayo from a non resident. He has told me that I don’t have to withhold tax from the payment. I think that he is wrong. What is the correct position?

2009 funding secured for Financial Solutions Skillnet

Financial Solutions Skillnet (FSS) has been awarded €136,500 to continue its subsidised training programme in 2009. The network of more than 60 members offers tailored training courses and networking events to financial services companies and the banking sector.

Everyone to bear the brunt of a burnt economy

What a week it’s been.

Everyone to bear the brunt of a burnt economy

What a week it’s been.

Lower paid discriminated against while oil and gas companies let off

Sinn Féin County Councillor Gerry Murray has condemned the introduction of the pension levy which he claims puts the burden of Ireland’s public finances on low and medium income public workers and lets the oil and gas companies off the hook once again. He described the Government’s spin doctors as shameful in their “pathetic attempt to portray and blame public sector workers as being exclusively responsible for the current economic downturn”. Cllr Murray challenged Fianna Fáil on the fairness of the public service pension levy noting that the “sliding scale in the levy discriminates against the lower paid while the oil and gas multi-nationals go untouched.”

Top recessionary investment tips for Mayo investors

With the economic downturn and turmoil in the financial markets continuing, investors in Mayo should follow three simple steps when considering their investment strategy. This was the message from David Leydon, investment expert with Ireland’s largest and most trusted insurance company, Hibernian Aviva, who was speaking in Mayo this week.

Pension levy is undiluted theft of public sector workers wages

On March 1 the pension levy was imposed on all workers in the Civil Service, Local Authorities, HSE, VEC’s, non commercial semi state bodies, An Garda Siochána and the Defence Forces. Cllr Noel Frawley states that this is not a pension levy but rather a tax on workers wages to pay for our now deeply mortgaged country.

Virtual Stock Market at college to understand ‘boom and bust’ cycles

An effort to understand the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of financial markets and to predict their volatility has seen the launch of a virtual stock market experiment at NUI Galway.

Virtual Stock Market at college to understand ‘boom and bust’ cycles

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An effort to understand the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of financial markets and to predict their volatility has seen the launch of a virtual stock market experiment at NUI Galway.

 

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