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One of Ireland’s top pension experts has warned Irish consumers to check their pensions and seek professional advice before making any decisions on it.
A former chef pursued for nearly €38,000 in the District Court this week (July 1) was ordered to re-pay just €5 a month by a sympathetic judge, after he heard the original debt was just a €3,500 overdraft and a €10,000 personal loan at the time the business collapsed in 2002.
Acorn Life, one of Ireland’s leading financial services providers, has gone against the grain with some positive news in the financial services sector, announcing 150 new positions in 2011 with 10 of these roles expected to be located in Mayo. The company is investing €2m in its technology infrastructure over the next 18 months to support these roles. A local recruitment drive is commencing to fill the positions. Acorn Life is specifically looking for experienced business professionals who are looking for a change from their current industry and will provide the necessary training to support this initiative.
Entrepreneurs, business owners and workers in Carlow-Kilkenny are losing out on significant tax savings according to new statistics just published by Ireland’s Central Statistics Office.
Emer Murray, crowned by food writer John McKenna as ‘the best baker in Ireland,’ was an unhappy law student at NUIG. She came from a business and insurance agents background, and the law just didn’t have the excitement she thought it would have. One day her mother Ena told her that John and Anne Sherry were looking for outside caterers. They had recently taken over Lydon House, and wanted croissants and Danish pastries for their breakfast menu. Emer, who had a passion for cooking, went into O’Gorman’s bookshop, bought a book on making breads and pastries, and, that evening called round to the Sherry household with samples. She got the job.
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.