The Importance of having a Financial Review

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“I wish I had put more into my Pension Plan but now that I have reached retirement age it is too late.”
“I feel sorry for the family of the late Mary who died suddenly. Unfortunately, they are left with very little money and substantial debt.”
“John is confined to home and can’t work because of his long term illness and all he and his family have to live on is the State Disability Benefit of €193 per week.”

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Family Protection – How Much Life Cover Do I Need?

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Family Protection – How Much Life Cover Do I Need?” which raises the question of whether the life cover we have in place (if any) is really enough?

To be fair to most adults who have dependents, they will already have some form of Life Assurance Protection in place. The questions here though are – Is it enough? and How much cover do I actually need?

If you have a mortgage on your family home no doubt you will likely have, ...

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5 Important Financial Tips for Newly Weds

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Are you getting married soon? If so, you and your future spouse are probably concentrating all of your efforts on your big day and all the organising that goes with this life changing event. The financial aspect of married life is often neglected by couples who are about to tie the knot while all of this is going on. This is a mistake you should avoid because poor financial planning at this stage of your relationship, could lead ...

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How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money

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Teaching your child to put aside money for a rainy day should be one of the key learning’s in your child’s development. This is something a parent should instill in their child from an early age and the financial lessons learnt have the potential to affect the life of your son or daughter for many years to come. Below are some of the most effective ways you can teach your child to save money.

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