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Westport deputy Michael Ring spoke in the Dáil last week, seeking clarification about the number of people engaged in commercial activity, including the operation of a farm, who had applied for pension entitlements.
Your home and its contents are among your most valuable possessions. Insuring them against fire, theft, and other damage should be a priority. If you have a mortgage you will be required to take out compulsory buildings insurance, which varies in price depending on the size, location, and rebuilding cost of your property. Lenders require this insurance not for your benefit but for theirs, as their priority is to protect their financial interest in the property.
With the current fluctuations in the stock markets playing havoc with shareholders and investors, more and more people are looking for ways to spread their risks. In recent months investors have realised that information and knowledge are key to minimising risk. Investors need to know what products are available and where they can trade to take advantage of those opportunities.
Hession Life & Pensions Ltd, Oranmore is holding an information evening for people who have recently been made redundant. The theme of the evening will be focused on advice about how to manage your pension fund, options for your redundancy money and how to deal with continuing life cover following job loss. Qualified experts will be available to advise on these topics.
Sherry FitzGerald research for the three months ending June 30 indicates that the correction in house prices continued during this period, although at a much reduced pace than that witnessed in the first three months of the year.
Athlone-based company, Solano Tech, is to share its business story at a seminar to be held in Galway later this month.
Hastings have been providing quality insurance services and advice for more than 25 years. As an independent insurance provider they offer all aspects of general insurance cover for both personal and commercial lines of business. With offices in Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris, Ballina and Tuam, Hastings believe they can now offer more competitive prices as they have access to a wider range of products than ever before, whilst providing the best possible advice.
The Minister of Social and Family Affairs has been accused of engaging in an attack on farm spouses, who had been awarded pensions retrospectively but are now being asked to refund what has been awarded to them by the Department.