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A report recently published by NUI Galway and launched by Deputy Kate O’Connell, Fine Gael TD, concludes that the Irish Pension System is not fit for purpose, calls for revisiting the tax relief provisions on pensions, and suggests policymakers need to begin to listen to what citizens want with respect to pensions.
Individuals considering whether to invest in the property market might consider using their pension funds to purchase property.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers and Grant Thornton will host a public conference on March 15 at 6.30pm in the John B Keane room in the Harbour Hotel to discuss the current rental market and self-administered pensions.
The first of a nationwide set of seminars on purchasing property through your self-administered pension will take place in the Menlo Park Hotel today from 2pm to 7pm. Hosted by Servatus, one of Ireland’s foremost financial planning consultancies, the main topic of the seminar is to highlight the benefits of using your pension when purchasing property.
Independent MEP Marian Harkin has hit out at Ireland's gender gap in the area of pensions, pay, and overall earning potential.
SCCUL Enterprises are pleased to present a free seminar on the area of Pensions tonight Thursday October 22 at 7pm. The seminar will take place in SCCUL Enterprise Centre, Ballybane.
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!
‘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.