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Insurance for property owners

They say that the  only problem with insurance is that you do not know what you have bought until you really need it, and it is then, if you have not been advised correctly or you have failed to comply with the small print, that you might find you have nothing at all.

Future Insurance has your insurance needs covered

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Established in 1985, Future Insurance is a wholly Irish owned insurance brokerage providing a competitive range of professional products and service to individuals and companies.

Equality and Fairness are not the same thing

If you listen to a lot of media chattering in Ireland you would think that Equality and Fairness mean the same thing. The two words are used interchangeably by occupants of that very crowded space they call the High Moral Ground.

Equality and Fairness are not the same thing

If you listen to a lot of media chattering in Ireland you would think that Equality and Fairness mean the same thing. The two words are used interchangeably by occupants of that very crowded space they call the High Moral Ground.

Equality and Fairness are not the same thing

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If you listen to a lot of media chattering in Ireland you would think that Equality and Fairness mean the same thing. The two words are used interchangeably by occupants of that very crowded space they call the High Moral Ground.

Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance prices - be thankful we’re not as bad as the UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Fall in compensation to Mayo claimants by Injuries Board

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.

New ways to generate income could end up a financial nightmare

As the nation waits for the economy to pick up and hopes that individuals with entrepreneurial spirit can lift us out of this recession, thousands of enterprising people throughout Westmeath are looking at other opportunities to generate or supplement their income.

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